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  1. #601
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    At the risk of invoking Lukas's wrath ...
    I bet these images would be gorgeous in color!
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    lol (first time I ever said that, having just seen the best shot 2008 thread...) Yes, it is kinda heart breaking to take a nice color photo and reduce it to B&W, but that was the requirement of the class. So far I haven't had time to reprocess all of them in color. See my commentary in the best shot thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill D View Post
    Finall stitched a few of my US holiday shots together. The first 2 are taken through the rather dirty glass from the top of the Washington monument and the last one is the view from the Top of the Rock in New York taken by pokeing my camera through the gap between the glass panels.
    Great images Phil !!
    What stitching program do you use? - I seem to have lost any decent stitching ability - Autostitch doesn't seem to work so well - & my wifes
    Canon stitch is a bit rough

    Raven 15 - I like these images - and somehow not stitched together is OK
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    At the risk of invoking Lukas's wrath ...
    I bet these images would be gorgeous in color!


    Quote Originally Posted by raven15 View Post
    Well, it might not technically be a panorama, but I stitched a few shots
    together to form a common horizon line for my introduction to photography
    class, as my final "portfolio" for the semester.
    That's a pretty cool idea and a nice way to see where you've been throughout the year. However, some of them look like they got hit with too much "darken highlights" or "lighten shadows".
    Last edited by TheWengler; 12-16-2008 at 12:09 PM.
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    Here's 2 panoramas from my first attempt at doing these..#1 is Flagstaff lake in Maine with the Bigelow Mountains in the distance and #2 is overlooking Rangely Lake, also in Maine.
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    Here's a few panorama shots I made, all of them were made with a Lumix DMC-TZ5... Critique is welcome, it's all about progression right...
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    Nice stuff there thombo. Beautiful mountain ranges. That first one could use a contrast bump though.
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    Critique is welcome
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    Dante's View @ Death Valley. The polarizer spoiled it a little bit in the middle but I guess this could be corrected by some photo-editor...

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    Here it is Geoff - not lost at all & still worth a look.
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    - the fun's in finding them

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