When I went out yesterday, I basically took just two rigs: the Hasselblad with the HTS tilt-shift adaptor - which makes my 80mm effectively 120mm [85mm on full-frame DSLR] - and the D800E with my 300mm f/4 on it.
Each camera produces very different colours and obviously a 300mm field of view is different to the effective 85mm field of view I had with the Hassie.
So, wanting to capture more of the scene with the Nikon than 300mm would allow, I shot four vertical frames and stitched them in Photoshop.
The full-rez version is over 13,000pixels wide.
I haven't done much to the colour in this. It was shot at 7200K white-balance and i just used the Image>Adjustments>Colour Balance tool in Photoshop to add some blue into the shadows.
Nikkor 300mm f/4 ED
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