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Feb 25, 2014 13:01 as a reply to  @ post 16715993 |  #976

So I lowered the file size before running the process and some how that did the trick

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Feb 27, 2014 15:16 as a reply to  @ lbcyalater's post |  #977

Do most of you handhold for this method or tripod? And if you use tripod do you have a panorama head for adjusting to match nodal point?




  
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Feb 27, 2014 16:48 |  #978

chrisgerman1983 wrote in post #16722354 (external link)
Do most of you handhold for this method or tripod? And if you use tripod do you have a panorama head for adjusting to match nodal point?

I would say most hand hold because its faster and if you have subjects in the picture it would be harder for them to keep still but I don't see why you couldn't do it either way.


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Mar 02, 2014 08:11 |  #979

Shot this last night with my 70-200 f2.8 x 14 photos. I probably could have gotten a few steps closer, but i like the way it turned out.

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Mar 02, 2014 12:57 |  #980

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Mar 02, 2014 16:07 |  #981

I like this one flaker, nice work!




  
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Mar 02, 2014 16:18 |  #982

Cool thread with some truly wonderful contributions.

I have exactly one Brenizer shot. Of this Heron that was way too close which was a real pity as the Autumn setting was so lovely. So then I thought of mr. Brenizer and started shooting. :)
Image is made up of 24 shots, taken with the 1D II N and 300/4.

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Mar 02, 2014 16:29 |  #983

Brilliant Levina!




  
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Mar 02, 2014 16:56 |  #984

^^^ Thanks, David! Lucky for me Herons can stand motionless for hours on end. :D


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Mar 02, 2014 18:58 |  #985

Levina de Ruijter wrote in post #16729517 (external link)
^^^ Thanks, David! Lucky for me Herons can stand motionless for hours on end. :D

HA! right before I clicked to the next page I thought "Geeze, how did that bird stay so still?"


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Mar 02, 2014 19:15 |  #986

davidmtml wrote in post #16729402 (external link)
I like this one flaker, nice work!

thank you!


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Mar 02, 2014 20:27 |  #987

lalilulelo wrote in post #16685525 (external link)
QUOTED IMAGE

Beautiful shot


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Mar 02, 2014 20:32 |  #988

lbcyalater wrote in post #16701819 (external link)
So I have a question about the actually shooting technique involved with this shot. I tried this method on 2 of my friends and it came out really distorted (think slender man). I started with a shot that was from about chest up and then worked my way down and around from the same perspective (thinking this might be the issue)...so I guess my question is if I were to start off from a shot where only half of the body is in the shot should I be slowly squatting as opposed to tilting the camera downward?

I think if you at moving your body to take individual shots, you are vasting changing the perspective in each image, making the stich awkward at best.


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Mar 02, 2014 23:33 |  #989

from last weekend, 21 shots 85L@5Dc

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Mar 04, 2014 02:30 as a reply to  @ lalilulelo's post |  #990

^Yes! that's an excellent Brenizer. I wish I could take overlapping photos, I always come out with gaps in the stich.


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