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    KrAZ autoshow

    One of my experiments. Kremenchuk, Ukraine. Jul 2008
    The main lining in a computer - between the monitor and a chair
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    I don't know how you did that but it's excellent a real fun shot. Haven't seen much from you for a while - this was worth waiting for.
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
    - the fun's in finding them

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    Welcome back Kushnirenko!
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    Old court yard

    Thanks all for greetings! Time for throwing time, and time for lift time...

    2 Phill D - Its wery simply. Steps (in Photoshop):
    1. Take and create 360 deg panorama
    2. Resampe image to square size - can also close to it
    3. Turn image head over heels
    4. Filter - Distort - Polar Coordinates...
    5. A few to draw in the image centre and corners.
    Its All

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    Inside a fountain

    Kremenchuk, Ukraine. Aug 2008
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    Finall stitched a few of my US holiday shots together. The first 2 are taken through the rather dirty glass from the top of the Washington monument and the last one is the view from the Top of the Rock in New York taken by pokeing my camera through the gap between the glass panels.
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    Lightbulb

    Some of my panoramic pictures tell me what you think...
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    I think the night ones are underexposed. The 3rd one looks like a bunch of dots. For me the last one is the strongest one. It's a nice scene.
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    Panorama Like?

    Well, it might not technically be a panorama, but I stitched a few shots
    together to form a common horizon line for my introduction to photography
    class, as my final "portfolio" for the semester. They geographically span
    around 350 miles and a little over a year. All of them were taken with my Oly
    E-410, except, ironically, the centerpiece of the whole thing, the ram looking
    over the landscape. That one was with a Canon A610. And you thought
    140mm and 5 megapixels wasn't enough for cropped printed wildlife!
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    The second one

    The second one was also part of it, just below the first one on the wall.
    The shots don't line up quite as nicely, but individually they are slightly better.
    Plus, they provided a whole lot of atmosphere to the one above when seen
    together in real life. Really, these look substantially better printed and
    occupying several feet (about 6) of wall space than they do here.

    Ha ha! I made the thread really wide again.
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