Thanks for the helpful tips about panoramic stitching. I will definitely give it a try and see what happens.
Can anyone recommend a particular on-line photo printing company that would be best to get my panoramic prints from?
Are there specific/easy instructions in the S2 manual on how to "stitch"? This campout is scheduled for July 29th... I may not even receieve my camera in time, but I'm hoping it will come.
the pany's come with arcsoft -panorama maker which can create panos in horizontal, vertical, full 360 and tiled formats. i've used canona's photostitch. shouldn't the s2 come with it. i've tried a friend's g5 and the camera has an intutitive setting for taking panos. good luck and happy campout!
Grandeur Point, Grand Canyon (away from the tourist hordes) just after sunrise...
Canon S2, WC-DC58A Converter, f/5.0, 1/400 sec.
I was looking for this thread and couldn't find it! Thanks JTL. Spiller Canyon, Northern Yosemite Wilderness. Taken with a Canon A-95.
Robinson Lake, Hoover Wilderness, CA. Taken with a Canon A-95.
EAP. It is a nice shot, but it's cross-posted from the Yosemite Wilderness thread. Guess I like it twice as much... ;)Quote:
Originally Posted by EAP
Underexposed by two stops and saturation added in PSP to bring out the blue sky reflecting in the river...
Grand Tetons, Wyoming.
[QUOTE=JTL]Grandeur Point, Grand Canyon (away from the tourist hordes) just after sunrise...
A good idea to revivie it - and what a shot!!
This is mid-winter, Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland where "the mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea"
To call it a mountain is a bit of an exaggeration, though. It's only 849 (point 14) metres high !!