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  1. #15911
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    Dang, that's one blazing sunset. Try Hugin
    Lukas

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  2. #15912
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    Microsoft ICE does a pretty decent job on panoramas and it is free.

  3. #15913
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    Hugin is also free and the install is a lot less messy than it used to be. I would probably use Ice but Hugin would be worth trying as well; it has more manual control if you need it.

  4. #15914
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    I'm looking for the four horsemen of the apocalypse in your shot, serious fiery clouds
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  5. #15915
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    DPR;
    They would certainly work in the first shot, with the streaming column of light and the opening like a giant mouth. Maybe the heard of cattle and the damned cowboys from "Ghost Riders in the Sky"
    Thanks guys for the panorama program suggestions.
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    Seeing the picture starts the process
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  6. #15916
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    Shot of the Seattle Great Wheel.

    Last edited by tfa8rva; 09-19-2012 at 10:49 AM.
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  7. #15917
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    Nice Tfa, I like the 3 leading lines and the deep blue sky.
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  8. #15918
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    Great shot TFA. All the curving lines do something for me...
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  9. #15919
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    Thanks. I was liking the lines as well. The weather there was gorgeous.
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  10. #15920
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    ICE works great, for the price.

    Very nice shots all. Wow go away for a weekend and nice photos magically apear.
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