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  1. #521
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    Give this free stitcher a try. The results are amazing.

    http://www.cs.ubc.ca/~mbrown/autostitch/autostitch.html

    Default settings gets you an image very quickly, but a lot of detail is lost, and you probably won't be very happy with it.

    Go in on "Options" and change 3 quality settings to 100%. Processes a lot longer, but the results are great.

    California Coastal Range.



    go here to see the "original" size I posted to pbase to really see the detail

    http://www.pbase.com/jerrykneupper/i...37338/original

    This file is in fact not the original out of Autostitch, but has been resized to something like 800 pixels on the vertical side to make it reasonable in size to put on pbase. The real original file is much larger.

    Hope this helps.
    Last edited by jerrykr; 04-20-2007 at 01:38 PM.
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    A few panoramas taken while Jeeping near Moab, Utah.
    Most are 7 or 8 photos stitched with free autostitch. Webpage java interface by Panorama Studio.

    http://mlrc.us/2007/apr/moab/pano5.html
    http://mlrc.us/2007/apr/moab/pano2.html
    http://mlrc.us/2007/apr/moab/pano4.html

    and yes the earth is that red in some areas...

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    Do you have java enabled? You can view photos with out the java webpage interface by visiting:

    http://mlrc.us/2007/apr/moab/pano.jpg
    http://mlrc.us/2007/apr/moab/pano2.jpg
    http://mlrc.us/2007/apr/moab/pano4.jpg

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    Now I see them! Beautiful. My fav is #1. I like the foreground in the shot. Too bad there's no foreground in the middle. But still a great shot.
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    Beautiful pictures, Stoller. The landscape in that region is simply stunning.

    My favourite is also number 1. Very nice composition and the sky is quite nice. The third is also very nice.
    The second one I like less. The lighting on the rocks is a bit too harsh in my opinion. Perhaps a polarizer could have cut some of the light reflected from the rocks and thus keep them a bit more colourful and decreasing the contrast a bit.
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  7. #527
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero View Post
    Beautiful pictures, Stoller. The landscape in that region is simply stunning.

    My favourite is also number 1. Very nice composition and the sky is quite nice. The third is also very nice.
    The second one I like less. The lighting on the rocks is a bit too harsh in my opinion. Perhaps a polarizer could have cut some of the light reflected from the rocks and thus keep them a bit more colourful and decreasing the contrast a bit.
    Thanks for your comments Prospero, I never expected the rocks to reflect so much light. Unfortunatley I left my polarizer at home 870 miles away. I also did not take advantage of the golden hours. Being on vacation I just could not get up early enough. And after a day of eating dust on the Jeep trail I was just ready for those special afternoon beverages, not shooting photos. I took around 400 photos while on vacation in the region. Most in manual mode under exposed on purpose so not to loose detail in over exposed areas. I knew I could fine tune later in PP.

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    Love some of the Pano work here!!
    Here's one ~ 4 shots spliced ~
    Iceland - a Glacier visit... obviously my
    full size image does it better justice!
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    Fog entering the Bay

    ...through the Golden Gate.
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