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Mount Rundel and Surrounding Peaks Pano
Lens: DA* 16-50 Camera: K5 Photo Location: Banff, Canada ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/180s Aperture: F9.5 
Posted By: daacon, 09-28-2011, 09:54 AM

We were able to walk through the tree line at this spot and arrive in this marsh area. Taking each step was an adventure as the grass was waist high so I used the tripod as a stick to poke the ground in front of me to check if the next step was 'safe' or it turned into marsh.

Here's a pano of 12 shots. I clipped the top of the mountain on the far right. The small size here does not do it justice , plus I lost a little on straightening the horizon, however it does give you an idea of one of many many panoramic views you get when you are up there.

I resize my flickr files so here is the largest view I can offer (the PSD file is about 600mb )



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Holy Crap Batman.. I did miss a great view. Nicely done. JIM
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Makes me feel completely there!
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Nicely done Dave.Panos are fun to play with.--charliezap

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Holy Crap Batman.. I did miss a great view. Nicely done. JIM
haha indeed Jim it may be the only shot I have that you don't :-)

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Thanks causey it's an impressive sight for sure

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Thanks Charlie they are indeed
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Looks like a super job to me, Dave. I've never tried this sort of thing - maybe I'll try it with some beach shots this winter.

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Great pano, most of the panos I have seen are usually so small, this is a king-size beauty. Bob
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Looks like a super job to me, Dave. I've never tried this sort of thing - maybe I'll try it with some beach shots this winter.
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Thanks, Give it a go Jer, there are some tricks (leave room at the top for cropping , portrait worls better than landscape, lock exposure before you start and if you want a print tripod is best). I use CS4 but I have heard good things about Microsoft Ice (which is free I believe)


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Great pano, most of the panos I have seen are usually so small, this is a king-size beauty. Bob
Thanks Bob I may give this one a print.

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Excellent shot, so good I don't have to go there now..... ;o)
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Excellent shot, so good I don't have to go there now..... ;o)
haha thanks romanf - the pano does not really do it justice if you get a chance go there
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Did you use a pano head to take this shot?
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