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First stitched Panoramic- Grand Canyon
Lens: 18-55 Camera: K-x Photo Location: Grand Canyon 
Posted By: jbrocious, 08-15-2010, 07:42 PM

My first attempt at a panoramic using Hugin. Grand Canyon is a pretty incredible place!




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Try posting a larger size so we can actually see it
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its a clickable thumbnail and you can click on the bigger one in photobucket.
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QuoteOriginally posted by jbrocious Quote
its a clickable thumbnail and you can click on the bigger one in photobucket.
Not so on my end. I can click on it, but it just brings up the same size thumbnail.

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thanks.... shouldn't be like that! I put a bigger one in my original post.
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It looks like the exposure or WB changed during one of the middle exposures. You might want put your camera in manual mode and choose a specific white balance setting when doing panos so that your camera doesn't switch things up on you, especially if you are shooting JPEG. If you shot this in RAW you should be able to go back and set all the white balance settings the same and re-export them or whatever.

Other than that, it looks great! The grand canyon sure is magnificent.
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It looks like the exposure or WB changed during one of the middle exposures. You might want put your camera in manual mode and choose a specific white balance setting when doing panos so that your camera doesn't switch things up on you, especially if you are shooting JPEG. If you shot this in RAW you should be able to go back and set all the white balance settings the same and re-export them or whatever.

Other than that, it looks great! The grand canyon sure is magnificent.
Thanks for the tips. I saw the white balance was off after pulling them together. These were shot in aperture priority with AWB in JPEG... It was also extremely hazy (105 degrees) and the sun would have been coming from the left to right in the picture. I'll try your suggestion for my next one!
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If I'm right, you were near Bright Angel Lodge... I've just been there.

Great view, I struggled to bring enough of the view in perspective when I was there. I found that no matter how hard I tried, I could not do justice to the immensity of the Canyon. This is a good attempt...

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