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Oct 30, 2007 22:19 |  #92

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Here's one of the few I've done. Nothing special. 3 shots @50mm, f8, 5secs, iso100, merged in Photoshop. This Louisville, KY, as seen from the Indiana side of the Ohio River.

Wow... I miss Louisville - lived there for 8 years until past September (2006)...

Great shot!


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Oct 31, 2007 01:40 |  #93

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Oct 31, 2007 02:05 |  #94

Ran_photography wrote in post #4159880 (external link)
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.

From the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. 12 frame image merged in CS3

Nearly impossible to see at this size, but down at the very far right of the frame is the North Rim Lodge which (at full res) gives a nice sense of scale.

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Oct 31, 2007 04:54 as a reply to  @ post 4222696 |  #95

Wanted to remember the awesome view from my hotel room during my honeymoon, so made a quick pano of what I saw every morning.

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Oct 31, 2007 07:43 as a reply to  @ David S's post |  #96

heres one i did on a recent trip to cairngorms... its taken with about 15 photos so unfortunately this image had to be scaled down for photobucket... meaning that you loose all of the detail... I think its probably too big to be an effective panoramic shot...

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Oct 31, 2007 21:00 as a reply to  @ Eoghan's post |  #97

wow, some of these are really nice.


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Oct 31, 2007 21:20 |  #98

Mount St. Helens in the middle of this summer:

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Oct 31, 2007 22:15 |  #99

not much of a pano looking at it here, click here (external link) for immersive interactivity

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Nov 01, 2007 00:21 |  #100

Ran_photography wrote in post #4178296 (external link)
I always seem to end up with visible seems due to the stitching process, any way to fix this? I am using CS2's stitching software.

It seems that CS3's stitching is a lot better. But it really depends on the shoot. I don't know what your method is. When I start, I meter the camera to the middle of the scene, assuming it is the critical point for exposure, then I switch to manual and set the aperture and shutter speed to the metered scene (or an equivalent) and only then do I take shots, so that each segment has the same exposure. It's worked for me!

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Nov 01, 2007 00:28 |  #101

This approach also works well with CS3's Auto Align Pixels where you can create a double exposure with different people/objects in the same scenes at different times. Using a tripod and manual exposure (manual white balance might be neccessary as well, you can "paint" the added portions seamlessly into you image.

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Nov 01, 2007 00:37 |  #102

RedHotLama wrote in post #4211960 (external link)
One from this weekend. Pano made in PS CS3 with photomerge. It rocks. Does anyone know what the limit is in PS cs3 photomerge . I tried 20 photos and it didnt work. It made like a 1gig file. Is my computer the limit maybe? Need more power!!

Columbia river

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And one from a couple weekends ago.

Lake Serene

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And another from the valley.

Vista House

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I was at that very scene just a week or so ago! Both the Portland Women's Forum at sunset (beautiful warm fall colors at sunset) and the Vista House, catching the Gorge, and Larch Mountain for pics of Mount Hood (and St. Helens, Rainier, Baker, and Jefferson)!

Good to see pics from the Pacific Northwest!

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Nov 01, 2007 01:12 |  #103

CS3 does it automatically and i think there is a way to do it in CS2. Look for something called auto blend i think.




  
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Nov 01, 2007 08:05 |  #104

I've had favorable results with Autostitch... "open" all of them and let it run... and it's fast too! Am I the only one?


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Nov 01, 2007 11:52 |  #105

djeuch wrote in post #4231803 (external link)
I've had favorable results with Autostitch... "open" all of them and let it run... and it's fast too! Am I the only one?

I like it too. The North Rim pano I posted was an autostitch.

I haven't, however, tried doing any double row panos yet. Will have to give that a try.


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