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  1. #131
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    Sedona, AZ as seen from Airport Mesa...I had to "blend" the sky a little to hide the seams!


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    Quote Originally Posted by JTL
    Sedona, AZ as seen from Airport Mesa...I had to "blend" the sky a little to hide the seams!

    wow, it's really clear out there! just got back from vegas and saw a potential scene in the desert, but it was so dang hazy that i just skipped shooting it completely. nice pano!
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    Wish I'd known I could easily do Pano's when i was at The Grand Canyo, or at Yosemite earlier this year!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReF
    wow, it's really clear out there! just got back from vegas and saw a potential scene in the desert, but it was so dang hazy that i just skipped shooting it completely. nice pano!
    Thanks!

    We had weather like that for 10-days straight. It really makes me want to move out there! I have a couple more to stitch together...if I ever get to them...

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler
    Wish I'd known I could easily do Pano's when i was at The Grand Canyo, or at Yosemite earlier this year!!
    You can come back...but even without a pano...I'm sure you have lots of great shots!

    BTW, I just realized why I had to do the sky blending to hide the seams...I was shooting with a polarizer and I guess as I turned to shoot the pano shots, the light was hitting the polarizer at a different angle each time...boy there's a lot to remember when you're trying to create a pano! Now I've got two rules when shooting panos...no wide-angle and no polarizer!
    Last edited by JTL; 11-05-2005 at 09:34 AM.

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    This is the Page Museum at La Brea Tarpits. The carvings all around the building are really beautiful, as is the park itself.



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    I thought that I included to many pictures in the pano on my last post. Originally 6 shots, now 3. Easier to see!
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    Mokre Rakitne. Ukraine. 7 shots. Nov, 06, 2005
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    Last edited by Kushnirenko; 11-09-2005 at 06:36 AM.
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    Schnebly Hill Road, Sedona, AZ...I actually got a flat tire up there!

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    Shaneil Falls

    This is the waterfall in my brother's back yard. It required alot of cropping with that free photostitch program, but I think that was my fault for not taking enough shots and at the correct level. Horizontal is definitely easier to figure out than vertical. I guess we live and learn each day!!


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    Midtown Manhattan at Sunset...

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