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Panoramic Experiment/Playing with new Extender

 
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Feb 23, 2015 19:31 |  #1

I stopped on the side of the road and using a canon 100-400L IS (old version) with the canon 2X Extender I shot 4 images and stitched them together in Photoshop just to see what it would look like.

I know this isn't a high quality image, that wasn't the point.
Thoughts on this?
Is it a bad idea to even attempt to build a panorama using this set up? I suspect that may be the case but I wanted to see what happened ...

This was shot out the drivers window pulled over on the shoulder with the motor running ...


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Feb 23, 2015 19:51 |  #2

Its a cool shot of what you were witnessing. Not a bad idea at all and well done.


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Feb 23, 2015 20:45 |  #3

Nice. I would think a pano is better than shooting wide, then cropping.




  
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Feb 23, 2015 22:09 |  #4

Cool idea, and for the circumstances thank it turned out pretty good.


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Feb 24, 2015 16:36 |  #5

very nice idea and well done




  
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Feb 26, 2015 07:37 |  #6

Thanks for the encouraging words :)




  
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