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Lens: DA*16-50 Camera: K-5 Photo Location: Goat Rock State Beach, CA ISO: 200 
Posted By: jcdog2006, 01-13-2015, 09:44 PM

Sunset at Goat Rock State Beach in California. This one is stitched with ~10 pictures. it's not perfect, but I like it.


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I like it too. very nice indeed.
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That's also been my frustration with panos featuring waves, can never quite get the wave crests to line up. What ive found in that case is to go for a little longer exposure and let motion blur kick in, Then in PP a little (a lot?) of work with Clone Tool. Sometimes it workd out, most of the time it doesn't. That's also where selective use of foreground objects can come in to play as well. But honestly, I've pretty much gotten away from trying to stitch scenes with waves.
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I like it too. very nice indeed.
@Rimfiredude, thanks for your knid word and encouraging

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That's also been my frustration with panos featuring waves, can never quite get the wave crests to line up. What ive found in that case is to go for a little longer exposure and let motion blur kick in, Then in PP a little (a lot?) of work with Clone Tool. Sometimes it workd out, most of the time it doesn't. That's also where selective use of foreground objects can come in to play as well. But honestly, I've pretty much gotten away from trying to stitch scenes with waves.
Hi Paul,

You got the point! I'm just playing around with stitching and see what I can get, so nothing may make me feel bad though.

It's a good idea to have longer exposure with any dynamic element in the frame fro stitching, I'll try that next time. Thanks for sharing your valuable experiences.

Have a nice one.

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QuoteOriginally posted by jcdog2006 Quote
Sunset at Goat Rock State Beach in California. This one is stitched with ~10 pictures. it's not perfect, but I like it.
Great job!
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QuoteOriginally posted by jcdog2006 Quote
Sunset at Goat Rock State Beach in California. This one is stitched with ~10 pictures. it's not perfect, but I like it.
Lovely colours, hard to see the stitch work. Thanks for sharing the composite.
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