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Autumn Lake Sunrise (First Pano)

 
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Oct 21, 2004 04:44 |  #1

This is half of my first pano attempt. The full image is from a 20D, 12 shots from a 400mm overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee shortly after sunrise. 36,000 x 2500, 494 MB in 16-bit mode.

My wife thinks I'm crazy. Then I told her that it was print 8 inches high and 10 feet wide. Then she *really* thought I was crazy.

So this is the more interesting half, from 17,400x2100

IMAGE: http://www.itsanadventure.com/postimages/pano-sm.jpg


If you wish, here is a 4200x500 version, at 665KB

http://www.itsanadvent​ure.com/postimages/pan​o-sm2.jpg (external link)


Playing with pano is pretty cool. But I need another gig of RAM.

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Oct 21, 2004 05:58 |  #2

WOW, this is one BIG pano shot !
Very well done, Scott - I like the shot very much.


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Oct 21, 2004 07:28 |  #3

Cool :!: Definitely check out the full size image if you have the bandwidth - the little one doesn't do it justice.

Nice work, Scottes ...


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Oct 21, 2004 07:31 |  #4

awesomeeee ... m checking out the big pic as soon as me get to office 2mrw


cheers

Amit


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Oct 21, 2004 11:24 |  #5

Very cool Scott!! I love doing panoramic shots. But for me the most fun is panoramic macro's. I have one I shot of poinsettia's that full size would be over 7 feet long - I haven't had it printed yet - too worried about the cost.


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Oct 21, 2004 11:31 |  #6

A Poinsetta 7 feet across? ? ?
Please Share! (A smaller version, of course.)

I never thought of macro panos... Hmmm.... Some ideas are forming...

I'm hoping to do more panos, though I really wish to do multi-row ones. The cost of multi-row pano heads is pretty steep though. $500 for a Manfrotto, much more for others. I did come across an inexpensive platic one for about $100m but I seriously doubt that it would hold the 20D + 400mm lens.


As to printing, I wonder *where* you could get a 10 foot x 1 foot print done. And for how much?


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Oct 21, 2004 13:22 |  #7

here is the link

http://www.pbase.com/j​boyd/image/23827018 (external link)

I went to a local florists and asked if I could shoot pictures in thier greenhouse. They were more that happy to let me.

Of the other poinsettia pictures there, I did have the second and fourth one printed - cost close to $100 for both of them. I hope to frame them for the upcoming holiday season.


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Oct 21, 2004 13:34 |  #8

That's pretty sweet. Nice concept, and very well done.


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Oct 21, 2004 13:39 |  #9

Thank you! It is fun, and different than the usual panoramics.


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Oct 21, 2004 13:56 |  #10

Nice work Scottes, The full size version shows a LOT of detail. Well worth a look. :D
Now, about that custom frame........... :wink:
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