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Thread: Panoramas

  1. #161
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    Quote Originally Posted by American Nomad
    Geoff, I don't think you can do any bad stitching! I really like the one of the Wales coastline. Maybe, one day, I'll be a European Nomad and get to see some of the beautiful sights you have captured and shared. Keep up the good work!
    American Nomad - you are very kind indeed.
    So, for you my friend, I am posting another Wales Coastal pic, taken on the
    same break. Made up of just 3 photos this time.
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    KM A-200. F 5.6, 50th/25th/40th sec exposures L-R, ISO 50, lens at 38mm equiv.(bit wide still) orig pics a 3mp size
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    SB600 flash. Panasonic DMC-TZ25

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    Bridges near Railway station. 4 shots. Kharkiv, Ukraine. Fuji FinePix S9500. Nov, 10, 2005
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    Three buildings on street "Gogolya". 6 shots. Kharkiv, Ukraine. Fuji FinePix S9500. Dec, 12, 2005
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  4. #164
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    Busy getting ready for Christmas etc
    Taken lots of kids school concerts etc - but cannot display them.
    (Child protection etc)
    SO
    Here's a Welsh hills shot to be going on with....
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    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
    NIKON D90 / D80. Nikon 16 - 85 VR, Tamron 28-200,
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    SB600 flash. Panasonic DMC-TZ25

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  5. #165
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    I took this panorama of Derby City centre from the top of a multi story car park early one Sunday morning. Worked OK except for the sky that needs a bit of colour matching in a couple of places.
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    Red face Bit of a failure this one

    This was an idea that didn't really work too well in this instance. Taken on the same day as the previous shot My idea was to get a vertical panorama of a road dissappearing off into the distance and to get multiple images of the cars along it as I took the shots. Unfortunately the bit of road I chose was pretty quiet & boring on Sunday morning & the stitching programme has washed out the sky completely. It was blue on the original separate shot honestly. The number 45 bus & the silver car did appear twice though. All in all I class this as a failure but post it just in case anyone wants to try some thing similar. I'm sure with a better location & more road going off into the distance someone could get a more dramatic shot.
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  7. #167
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    to freedom1

    hi freedom1
    what a great forum this is isnt it?
    just a bit of advice, you should never use brightness and contrast when corrrecting photos.
    You are much better to use curves or levels and that way you will not get a washed out photo.

    One question for the forum:
    how do you put a quote in from another thread into your thread that you want to answer to? like you all do? Is it just cut and paste?

    thanks for all the advice, Geoff i have just ordered a Canon S2 IS and was wondering will this camera be okay for making panos like what has been posted here? They are so high quality and colourful?


    Cheers Kev
    Graphic Designer

  8. #168
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    are most of these panos done on a tripod?
    And also geoff are we going to be made as sticky?
    cheers kev

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbm
    are most of these panos done on a tripod?
    Mine are all done by hand, but soon I'll be getting a tripod from "Santa".

    w.
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    Comments always welcome!

  10. #170
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    All mine have been done hand held too. It just means that you may have a little cropping to do if the edges don't quite line up. Not usually a problem though. I'm sure that Canon will be just fine for panorama shots - it seems to do most other things pretty well.
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
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