Good morning Erik - yes, there's a lot crammed into one shot here. Let's hear it for broadband!! So pleased you've seen and liked the view. Best wishes from Beara, Clive
That stitching lark takes practice mate and the est advice I can give is keep going somewhere as beautiful as that and we'll all enjoy every attempt you make A lovely view !
lways use a perfectly levelled sturdy tripod and a cable release then overlap by at least 50% Clive because that way each section will be on 2 frames and the results are much smoother and it makes it easier for the software to align it all.
I'm looking forward to seeing more letterbox vistas now from the postman now :o).
Many thanks, as always, Sam, for your constructive input. Weather/legs permitting, I'll be back up on Hungry again this summer, with my better camera (which I can manually control) and, if the result is going to be especially enhanced from this, with my sturdy tripod. Hopefully the result will reward the effort of getting it up there! This attempt was using my small, hand held, automatically exposed, non-SLR digital camera, standing on the top of the trig point in bright, but somewhat breezy, conditions, and stitched together with the software that came free with the PC. Now that Neil8 has pointed me in the direction of the package that enabled me to stitch the latest two panos of Bantry Bay, I should be well equipped to provide a better vista. I'm looking forward to it already!!
Best Beara wishes, Clive
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