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Oct 28, 2013 16:29 |  #2236

Karl Johnston wrote in post #16405354 (external link)
Feels like you're just crossing the ridge, peering over a cliff and seeing it. Awesome

Thanks very much - lovely place in Tasmania Australia is Wine Glass Bay.


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Nov 01, 2013 17:38 |  #2237

Do any of you guys get your panos printed? Who do you use?

Also how do you mount/display them?


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Nov 02, 2013 13:53 as a reply to  @ ptcanon3ti's post |  #2238

I got one pano of mine printed on canvas at 160cm wide. Still need to drill the wall to mount it. But it will look nice once its up :-)

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Nov 02, 2013 17:38 |  #2239

Maybe not the best ever, but I love it just the same.

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Nov 04, 2013 04:53 |  #2240

^Nice one. Very sharp.


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Nov 04, 2013 10:57 |  #2241

my first crack at a pano...

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Nov 04, 2013 11:28 |  #2242

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Nov 04, 2013 11:57 |  #2243

One from the Alps...

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Nov 04, 2013 12:19 |  #2244

ptcanon3ti wrote in post #16417052 (external link)
Do any of you guys get your panos printed? Who do you use?

Also how do you mount/display them?


I took about 70 RAW images (all handheld with my 60D) while at Grand Canyon earlier this year.
Did some minor adjustments in LR and the used PS to create the panorama.
Use PS to put a border etc around it and decided to get it printed

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Size was about 4 foot long.
I used these folks... http://www.mybigposter​.co.uk/ (external link)
You can select an exact size for the print.
They also allowed me upload my 250MB tiff file direct to them.

Had it printed on their 260gsm photo paper.
Came a few days later well protected in a decent tube.

Got a local company to frame it.
It's now on our lounge wall.

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Nov 04, 2013 21:16 |  #2245

PH68 wrote in post #16423670 (external link)
I took about 70 RAW images (all handheld with my 60D) while at Grand Canyon earlier this year.
Did some minor adjustments in LR and the used PS to create the panorama.
Use PS to put a border etc around it and decided to get it printed


Size was about 4 foot long.
I used these folks... http://www.mybigposter​.co.uk/ (external link)
You can select an exact size for the print.
They also allowed me upload my 250MB tiff file direct to them.

Had it printed on their 260gsm photo paper.
Came a few days later well protected in a decent tube.

Got a local company to frame it.
It's now on our lounge wall.

Wow! Thanks for the good info. So you got a local frame shop to make you a custom frame?


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Nov 05, 2013 10:27 |  #2246

karthik2rock wrote in post #16404241 (external link)
Here is one more of SF Downtown, but this time totally submerged in fog at sunrise, 5 images, stitched together in Autopano Pro

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A few recent posts (this being one of them) made me wonder -- with clouds, how does the software handle clouds being in different locations from shot to shot in a panorama?


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Nov 05, 2013 10:34 |  #2247

I always take photos in the opposite direction to the cloud movement. so if the clouds move say, to the left, i'll shoot to the right and vice versa.

That way, you won't get a repetition of the same "cloud". It is harder with waves though, clouds you can get by in stitching most times (sometimes, not), but breaking waves can **** up a pano...


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Nov 05, 2013 11:49 |  #2248

ptcanon3ti wrote in post #16424975 (external link)
Wow! Thanks for the good info. So you got a local frame shop to make you a custom frame?

Yes.
There's an Art shop near where I live that does framing.
Take whatever needs framing in (regardless of size), choose from the vast array of wooden/metal frames they have samples of.
You can have layered border as well if you like.
They make the frame to the size required, put the glass in, seal the back and attach all the stuff needed for hanging.
Collect it a week later.. and hang it straight on the wall.

And here a quick picture of it on our lounge wall...

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It just over 4 foot long, about 52x18 inches.
Everyone who sees it goes up and has a closer look... even me!

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Nov 06, 2013 13:56 |  #2249

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Nov 06, 2013 19:16 |  #2250

PH68 wrote in post #16426530 (external link)
Yes.
There's an Art shop near where I live that does framing.
Take whatever needs framing in (regardless of size), choose from the vast array of wooden/metal frames they have samples of.
You can have layered border as well if you like.
They make the frame to the size required, put the glass in, seal the back and attach all the stuff needed for hanging.
Collect it a week later.. and hang it straight on the wall.

And here a quick picture of it on our lounge wall...
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It just over 4 foot long, about 52x18 inches.
Everyone who sees it goes up and has a closer look... even me!

Just fantastic with a beautiful frame.


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