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Oct 20, 2007 13:04 |  #1

Post your best panorama shots. Detailing how you created them, where they were taking, how many shots did it take, and other post processing that went into your work

Lets get this thread started.


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Oct 20, 2007 16:22 |  #2

I guess I'll get this thread started with one of my only panoramas.

I haven't quite figured out the trick to it yet. What's one way to eliminate the possibility of the lines created during the merging process?

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Oct 20, 2007 16:23 |  #3

Damn, I guess I have to stitch one together now, been putting it off for weeks! Good shot Ran, but I see something in the clouds that shouldn't be there


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Oct 20, 2007 16:36 as a reply to  @ scot079's post |  #4

I know. This was my absolute first attempt. I wish i knew how to make them turn out better.


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Oct 20, 2007 16:39 as a reply to  @ scot079's post |  #5

This panorama was shot in 2004 with a Canon A80. It was taken on the top of Mt Ruapehu in the central North Island of New Zealand. The mountain is an active volcano and very popular winter ski resort.

I used the software that came with the camera and so it is perhaps quite basic.

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Oct 20, 2007 17:16 |  #6

This isn't what "I" think is my best but it is the most popular:


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Oct 20, 2007 17:29 |  #7

you can remove the lines by matching the colors between parts as much as possible.

I can't pick just one, so here goes my top 3. Take special note of the last one, its a lil different.

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Oct 20, 2007 17:30 |  #8

Rammy, is that stiched or wide angle? The bridge looks like London bridge is falling down.;)


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Oct 20, 2007 17:37 |  #9

eddarr2000@yahoo.com wrote in post #4160865 (external link)
Rammy, is that stitched or wide angle? The bridge looks like London bridge is falling down.;)

It's a wide angled stitched image which is causing that effect and it is Tower Bridge, not London Bridge :-) No wonder we fooled you :lol:


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Oct 20, 2007 18:37 |  #10

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Oct 20, 2007 18:52 |  #11

SOT wrote in post #4161089 (external link)
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Is this across the street from Mt. Greylock Regional High School?


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Oct 20, 2007 18:57 |  #12

Yes it is Tommy!


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Oct 20, 2007 19:24 as a reply to  @ SOT's post |  #13

How many pictures, on average, does everyone use for a perhaps " normal " panorama? Is it the more the better the results are?


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Oct 20, 2007 19:30 |  #14

Here is my first attempt at a pano. I think it was 6 pictures, and I used CS3 Photomerge to put it together.

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Oct 20, 2007 19:33 |  #15

jonklein611 wrote in post #4160860 (external link)
you can remove the lines by matching the colors between parts as much as possible.

I can't pick just one, so here goes my top 3. Take special note of the last one, its a lil different.


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Ok, I will. I like this one. Others in this thread are great also.




  
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