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    Panoramas

    I don't generally do Panoramas much - but here's one from La Rochelle,
    hopefully you guys reading this thread will add some of your Pano's

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    That's beautiful Geoff. I took one from my balcony of the entire downtown "skyline" so it's super wide...I think it was 3 18mm shots stitched together and a lot of editing to make the seams disappear. All in all, I'm happy with it but it doesn't have the clarity of your panorama.
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    very cool shots guys!

    Here's my first attempt at one of these shots, taken off my balcony of Downtown Toronto. I used 3 photos.

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    High Sierran meadow
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    Brilliant guys - thanks for responding so quickly!
    I really haven't got much else just now on this - but please keep yours all
    coming in
    - and I am fascinated about the splicing together - I have
    only tried it briefly and found it hard work!
    I know my Oly is supposed to do it for me - but I haven't tried.
    The La Rochel shot was a bigger picture cropped top and bottom.
    I did one of kids in a school concert - joined up two together and had to
    fiddle quite a bit as some had moved a bit - it worked out but took ages!
    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
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    I'm sure this will be a start to another great thread. I found it fun to do and now have more creative ideas

    Geoff, the program "photostitch" that came with my XT does a pretty good job stitching images together with little effort. I'm not sure if there is one available for your camera.
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    I found this tutorial about "stitching" awhile back and referred to it when trying my first big panorama (above). Maybe it'll be helpful to some of you:

    http://phong.com/tutorials/photostitch/

    I think this'll be a great thread...love the two new panorams...very nice.

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    Here's a GC one stitched with the Arcsoft programme that came with the panny. I must admit it is really easy to use & seems to work pretty well although this shot didn't seem to work as well as the one I posted on the landscape thread somehow. Anyway great thread well done Geoff don't know why we didn't think of it before.
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    Great shots coming in everyone - & and thanks for the tips.
    Here's one I have just knocked up from 2 pics Using Serif Photo plus 8
    from last years Malvern Hills trip - just a landscape view from the Malvern Hills
    bit tricky joining as they didn't splice quite right throughout and
    I had to do a touch of cloning inalong with selected curves adjustments.
    Now I have done another one I think I will remember when I take pics
    to bear the possibility in mind - one tip is to take all the pics to be joined
    on the same exposure and focul length
    - that would have helped with this one!
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    White Deer Creek in PA with a small suspended bridge.This is where I used to camp and go fishing.I'm standing in the middle of it and if it were normal I'd be swept away.Very dry this summer.I just used photostitch for it.



    Mike
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