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Oct 21, 2007 14:20 |  #31

jnev,

I don't know if it is just me but I don't see a pic. Just a little box with a question mark.
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Oct 21, 2007 16:16 |  #32

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Mt Ruapehu, taken from the Desert Road. Sorry it's a bit big..

Beautiful photograph Daniel, and very photogenic subject!


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Oct 21, 2007 16:36 as a reply to  @ tongmaster's post |  #33

I use multiple shots when making my panoramas, but i always end up with these sorts of "lines" in the picture. Why is that?


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Oct 21, 2007 17:57 |  #34

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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

Where: Death Valley, CA -- Zabriskie Point
With: Did 10 raw manual set frames, hand-held, 5D, 24-70L
PP: Ended up using 5 best frames, combined and pp'd them in CS2

I haven't done many panos, but I think I did okay with this one and the fact that the frames were all hand-held shots.


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Oct 21, 2007 18:19 as a reply to  @ post 4164820 |  #35

Not my best, but a view of where I was shooting this morning.

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Oct 21, 2007 20:01 |  #36

That's where your stitching software does the overlap. That's sort of the 'duplication' of the image color, obvious on skies and stuff. You can sort of "fix" that by changing the opacity of those overlaps. if at the edge each is 50% then the total should be 9when overlapped) 100%.
That's the best simplified explanation I can give.

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I use multiple shots when making my panoramas, but i always end up with these sorts of "lines" in the picture. Why is that?


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Oct 22, 2007 02:18 |  #37

Thanks for your comments tongmaster!

I've got a few more panoramics on my site.
http://www.danieltalbo​t.co.nz (external link) if anyone is interested!


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Oct 22, 2007 05:07 as a reply to  @ post 4161299 |  #38

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Oct 22, 2007 05:15 |  #39

Nice shot (shots) Alan. Good to see you're still around too mate. I'll have to try this pano thing. Maybe at Fowlers in a couple of weeks.

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Oct 22, 2007 07:07 |  #40

I've not posted for a while so here are a couple of recent ones.

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Sorry they're a bit large but they are pano's :)

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Oct 22, 2007 08:08 |  #41

Smashing Landscapes there Mark!

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Oct 22, 2007 08:45 |  #42

MAH wrote in post #4169116 (external link)
I've not posted for a while so here are a couple of recent ones.

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Sorry they're a bit large but they are pano's :)

Of the panos' here I like 'Brotherwater' best. Many are rather bland (to me) because they are of distant hills and mountains etc. In 'Brotherswater' you have included foreground interest, which to me, adds detail to the scene. Well done and thanks for showing.


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Oct 22, 2007 08:47 |  #43

scrumpy wrote in post #4169462 (external link)
Of the panos' here I like 'Brotherwater' best. Many are rather bland (to me) because they are of distant hills and mountains etc. In 'Brotherswater' you have included foreground interest, which to me, adds detail to the scene. Well done and thanks for showing.

Not to dis the others, but good point.




  
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Oct 22, 2007 14:15 as a reply to  @ Tumak's post |  #44

Here are a coulpe I hope you enjoy! I can't say they are my "best" pano's, but I enjoy them.

This is from the top of North Dome in Yosemite facing roughly east.

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Oct 22, 2007 19:58 |  #45

This is only my second pan ever. First with the 30d. It is from a recent trip to Riviera Maya, Mexico. 8 images, hand held, 30d, 10-22mm @ 22mm

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