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  1. #71
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    First panoramic. Stiched together from four images. It was taken out in a state park in Missouri. Candon 10D using Tamrom 28-75/f2.8 lense. Comments welcome!
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    Great, Geoff!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler
    Wel - I am very impressed with all the clever Pano's here.
    I have decided I really need a proper Pano/Stitch program as
    it is SOOO hard to join them nicely - and they don't fit very well
    despite using longer focal legths and keeping the camera level
    etc etc. However - not to be defeated by it all - I have persisted in Serif
    photo Plus with this example of early morning Croydon (6 pics joined)
    - there's a boot sale started in one of the car parks, and the sun hasn't f
    ully come out.
    I am very happy to have comments, and critical suggestions etc
    Thanks
    Geoff
    Superb Geoff! Really manually to stitch together pictures very difficultly. Especially to clean traces of joining the shot. The program for stitch shot is really necessary to you. Because without it manually it is practically impossible to receive a panorama similar to these. I would recommend you the program Camedia Master Pro.
    It is necessary to think of that how to place panoramas also. I think it is necessary to place in a forum images with the horizontal size up to 1024 pic which is the reference to the greater image. As to make it I already described.
    Yours faithfully, Taras Kushnirenko
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    This is from Worlds End State Park in PA.I used autostitch with 4 images.It looks alot like the area you were at jwhite.


    Mike
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  4. #74
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    It is hard to believe how nice the panos are. Those of you who are first time posters to this thread, keep them coming.
    Geoff, my hat is off to you for doing the job manually. I wouldn't know where to start.
    Kushnirenko, Your panos are fantastic. Thanks for all the tips.

    This is taken from The Gillette Castle in Connecticut.
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  5. #75
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    Nice pics. I'll definitely take more panos whenever I find a good place.

    mkline: I also used autostich. It is a great program and really easy to use (and free!). PA was beautiful when I drove through it a few years back. Definitely does remind a little of MO.

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    Here is a shot from behind home plate at SBC park in San Francisco. I think I used about 10 images in portrait mode overlapping about 1/2 each.

    The sky is screwed up becuase I had a polarized filter on and I didn't lock the exposure... Two mistakes, but it still works.

    Erik
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    This is a 360 degree panorama I did with my old digital camera on top of Cinder Cone in Lassen National Park. Towards the left you can see Mt. Lassen. There was also a forest fire at the time, thus the smoke towards the left.

    Erik
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    This is one last one, and this was not done by stitching. Rather, this was done by cropping. It is after a baseball game in San Francisco looking at the Bay Bridge. It isn't the sharpest picture as I did it hand-held without a flash.

    Memory is cheap, so I took a few shots hoping one would turn out (no tripod available to me that evening).
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    Firstly - a big thanks to everyone for continuing to post such impressive
    Panorama shots
    Secondly - thanks for al the encouragement - and phew - I thought it was
    just me not being much good at it!! - I am in the process of creating another
    one manually - in fact I have up to 6 projects in all waiting - one which is just
    3 shots I am going to mail to a friend to try his program on - and if I like the
    results I may use that for the time being.
    I have the Camedia program that came with the Olympus - would that have
    stitching on it?? I know the Oly does it itself - but all these I have done were
    on the Minolta.
    Keep em coming - and mine will soon be here
    geoff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler
    I have the Camedia program that came with the Olympus - would that have stitching on it?? I know the Oly does it itself - but all these I have done were
    on the Minolta.
    geoff
    Camedia Master program have 2 mode - simle & Pro. In Pro version you can stitch shot from any cameras. And you can select stitch mode: cylindrical, sphere, etc.
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