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nice panorama! sure lets you feel like you're there. Cheers!
Very nice snap, Douglas, how many photos did you have to stitch?
This is my best ever stitched panorama. There are 11 photos across and 3 up/down making a total of 33. Doing it in small pieces has the advantage that you can get both the foreground and the distance simultaneously in good focus.
In other cases I have had difficulty with variation in exposure between photos in the sequence. When I then stitch these together the variation in exposure creates unnatural bands of light in the final photo. On other occasions I have had one photo in the middle of the sequence which is out of focus - which spoils the whole endeavour. I have also found that if you try to stitch a Panorama which is too wide it looks just like a coloured ribbon rather than a serious photo.
So overall I am very pleased with this one.
For yourself, and those that are interested in this kind of stuff, have you seen this guy's website? : http://www.tawbaware.com/maxlyons/
These are quite awe-inspiring, I would say he needs to get out more, but it looks like he gets out quite a bit!
Greetings from Seč, Czech Republic
Very nice panorama picture. Y* Greetings from Czech republic.
A Cracking Shot.
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