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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler
    Just nosed in to say - great job with the 180 degree shots Kushnirenko.
    I am pretty pleased with the free download of Auto stitch and I even used it
    for joing up a scan - I scanned a Vinyl record cover - it was too big for the scanner
    so I took 3 scans and used Autostitch - great stuff!!
    Thank Geoff.
    How to you my approach to accommodation of panoramas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kushnirenko
    Thank Geoff.
    How to you my approach to accommodation of panoramas?
    Not quite sure what you are asking - but I think your panoramas look great
    and they come out really well, I have taken several more - but mostly similar to the others I showed previously - sometime soon I will take some different ones...
    I like the wide long ones - but thay are less easy to look at unless printed out with a big A3 printer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler
    Not quite sure what you are asking...
    Are available in view of the offer, described in the http://dcresource.com/forums/showpos...&postcount=108
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    I understand - it's a good idea and I like the way you have done it
    It may not always be possible to supply a map - but to add as much
    usefull information as possible is a nice idea
    Geoff
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    Near railway station "Jugny Vokzal" (South station)

    Kharkiv. Ukraine. 5 shots. Jun, 24, 2005


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    After the Storm

    Here's one done by autostich. It was taken after Hurricane Wilma....doesn't look too bad in this shot, and it's hard to imagine the devastation from looking at this. Fun to put six or seven shots together though. I was on auto, so don't have the details. I think I either missed some shots, or mixed some shots, so this is an interesting (if not quite accurate) representation.

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    Hello everyone. I have been off line for a while. I just put 5000 miles on my car in one week! Nice panos from everyone. Nice to see new people joining in.

    Kushnirenko, I really enjoy your handywork. I can appreciate the reasons for the extra information that you request but I think the maps are a bit distracting. Just my opinion, no bad feelings involved. As a pure amature I don't record the information you request and just enjoy taking and sharing the pictures. Keep the great panorama shots coming. I have also enjoyed your contributions to other threads.

    Here is one of Watts Barr Lake as seen from Kingston, TN. Not the best stitch job but still gives you the feel of the area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by American Nomad
    Hello everyone. I have been off line for a while. I just put 5000 miles on my car in one week! Nice panos from everyone. Nice to see new people joining in.

    Kushnirenko, I really enjoy your handywork. I can appreciate the reasons for the extra information that you request but I think the maps are a bit distracting. Just my opinion, no bad feelings involved. As a pure amature I don't record the information you request and just enjoy taking and sharing the pictures. Keep the great panorama shots coming. I have also enjoyed your contributions to other threads.

    Here is one of Watts Barr Lake as seen from Kingston, TN. Not the best stitch job but still gives you the feel of the area.
    Thank!
    Can it is meaningful divide it post forum on 2? Technics and results?
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    Panorama or the bridge...
    Bridge or panorama...
    Decide:
    Kharkiv. Ukraine. 3 shots. March, 26, 2005


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    Here is another pano of the courthouse in Kingston, Tennessee. Also notice the steeple of the First Baptist Church on the right and the cupola of the Old Historic Courthouse (center). The lake can be seen in the distance and it is near the spot where I took the previous pano.
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