Falling Into Autumn on the Eurodam

19 Oct

     Hello Everyone! Kristin here, reporting to you from the Digital Workshop aboard the beautiful Ms Eurodam currently docked in Bar Harbor, Maine.  As the Eurodam is making her transition from Canada to warmer climates in the Caribbean, we are privileged to be experiencing some of the most beautiful changing of the colors of the fall foliage.  From the land of maple syrup and the sugar shack the Digital Workshop brings to you some of the stunning vistas of autumn in Canada.

This picture shows off the colors near Sageuney, Canada.

A Sugar Shack in the hills near Quebec City.  Perfect location to make some maple taffy!

A panaramic shot near St. Anne’s Catherdral in Quebec, Canada

Some more colors from Saguenay.

And lastly, a goregous panorama of the leaves while leaving Saguenay.

     These panoramics were created with Windows Live Photo Gallery, apart of the Windows Live Essential Suite of programs.  When taking panoranics be sure to make sure that your individual pictures are overlapped with the next picture and make sure that you stay as steady as possible when taking the individual pictures.  If you are not steady there is a chance that you might have to crop the picture out a lot to avoid having lots black in your picture, which could cause you to lose a significant portion of your panoramic. 

Happy picture taking everyone and enjoy the fall season!

Cheers from the Eurodam,

Kristin

Techspert, Eurodam

Digital Workshop Powered by Windows

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3 Responses to “Falling Into Autumn on the Eurodam”

  1. Roz October 20, 2011 at 4:11 am #

    Hi Kristin ~ Those are nice shots. Thank you for your excellent instruction and advice on the Eurodam! I am in the process of getting to know my new computer, purchased after taking your digital workshop on buying computers. It was great to have an overview about the possible choices and their capabilities before choosing this one. I’m running Windows 7 and enjoying it very much. Although I’m back to work, whenever there is time at home I’m also using the things you showed us in your Creative Photo Editing class, and of course transferred the photos the way you showed us in your Transferring Photos class!
    Happy sailing! I can hardly wait till the next cruise with HAL and more digital workshops, too! Roz (Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands)

    • Sharon Garth November 20, 2011 at 12:13 am #

      Kristin! Thanks for the tech classes-You helped to make the Caribbean a sunnier voyage! I attended several of your classes, got home and downloaded the Windows Live Photo Gallery. Now the Photo Gallery is running S-L-O-W-W-W. It is mostly (Not Responding) and takes about 10 minutes-no joke-to edit one pic! the color, exposure adjust buttons won’t ‘slide.’ They won’t respond 1st, then they catch on and adjust. What did I do wrong? Help! I want to love this new Windows Live…but…now I’m frustrated and I don’t want to be…
      My voyage was Nov. 5-12. Thanking you in advance, Sharon

      • Sharon Garth December 13, 2011 at 5:57 pm #

        Kristin….you there?

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