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Thread: Panoramas

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    Quote Originally Posted by American Nomad
    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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    Kharkiv. Ukraine. 9 shots. Feb, 22, 2005


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    Opera theatre

    Kharkiv. Ukraine. 5 shots. Oct, 31, 2005


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    Some stunning and breathtaking shots in this thread
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    Kharkiv. Ukraine. 12 shots. March, 26, 2005


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    Bit different

    Can I post something a bit different. Here is a pano shot from 3 images taken at Saltaire in the UK of Salts Mill. It was a bit cloudy at the time hence no sky detail. I stitched it together with Arcsoft pano maker 3. The end result has a bit of a fish eye distorted look for some reason but it did fit together fairly well. Might try the Autostitch programme to see if it changes things. Feel free to coment. Sorry didn't have time to find a map to attach as well but Multimap should find it. Details Panasonic FZ20 f4.6, iso 80 at 1/125s & 7mm focal length, exp compensation -0.3.
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    Question Another from Saltaire

    Here is another building close by. Cant remember the name of it at the moment. Just used two shots vertically stitched. I did do another shot exposed better for the sky but have not worked out how to cut & paste it on to this one yet. If anyone has any suggestions how best to do this let me know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill D
    Here is another building close by. Cant remember the name of it at the moment. Just used two shots
    vertically stitched. I did do another shot exposed better for the sky but have not worked out how to cut & paste
    it on to this one yet. If anyone has any suggestions how best to do this let me know.
    I reckon you could draw around the building - if you have a magnetic lasso tool that's easier, invert to select the sky,
    feather the selection very slightly, copy then open your pano shot and paste as a new layer move into place if needed
    - it works OK like that in Serif anyway.
    Here's a shot from last year - or should I say 3 shots in 1, taken with the C-740 before I had the A-200. I used autostitch
    - these wern'treally taken with the view to joining them - but it managed really well. I just cropped out the rough edges
    and cloned a bit of sky back in.
    It's a place called Dalesdown where our church often go for a lazy weekend.
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    Superb, Phill D!
    Panoramic shoting of buildings difficultly.
    Many repeating elements which should coincide at stitch.
    My next shot made from within arch pass.

    Kharkiv. Ukraine. 7 shots. March, 11, 2005


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    This is a scene close to my apartment near Hartford, Connecticut.
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