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Mountain Panos
Posted By: mtnbearhug, 07-18-2008, 10:42 PM

Well folks I finally got a chance to get some good panos done.. I tried at the beach but the waves made it pretty tough... so here are two from my last camp trip..

The links under each pictue will take you to my photobucket... then you can click on the top right to see the full size of the photo..



Image of Large Wallowa Peaks Pano - Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting



Image of Large Mt Joseph - Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting

I am very happy with the second pic... I am going to try and get it printed and put on my wall ... go big or go home!!!! !! LOL

Enjoy.. Kim
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Very nice Kim, I love the colouring of the bottom one
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Nice work Kim, I've yet to attempt panoramas.
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Gary, when you do drop me a PM and I'll give you all the pointers I can

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nice panoramas, Kim! worth following the links to see the full size versions
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spectacular scenery there Kim I love that 2nd shot. Those are definately alot bigger then our foothills
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Well done. Impressive stitch job and what a great view.
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Spectacular, Kim! They are both excellent. Makes me want to hop on a bike and tour the Rockies! (Maybe next year. )

Thanks for sharing.

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Good panos Kim, I have to agree with you about the second one. Great play of light and shadow. A 'wallhanger' for sure

NaCl(a photographic 'wallhanger' should not be confused with a pottery 'wallbanger' )H2O
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Thanks...

QuoteOriginally posted by little laker Quote
Very nice Kim, I love the colouring of the bottom one
Thanks Stu... Im glad you like them... I am very pleased with the bottom one myself.... I will let you know what it prints out..

QuoteOriginally posted by Damn Brit Quote
Nice work Kim, I've yet to attempt panoramas.
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Thanks Gary... Pano's really are not that hard.... you take a bunch of shots.. plug them into a good program (I use Autostitch) do a bit of processing and wallah!! you have a pano..

Remember... you dont have to do a pano of something big and massive... you can do a pano of anything you need a bigger pic of.. or something that you want a close up of but maybe cant get close enough with the current lens so you chunk it out and stitch it together..

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nice panoramas, Kim! worth following the links to see the full size versions
Thanks Timbo.. The full versions are pretty neat but even they are scaled down to only 1mb. Glad you enjoyed them..

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spectacular scenery there Kim I love that 2nd shot. Those are definately alot bigger then our foothills
Thanks so much Tom... These peaks range from 9,000 - 9,600 in elevation. The alpine peaks I am used to in Colorado range from 12,000 - 14,0000... Now those a peaks.. One of these days I will get back there to take some real pics fo them!!

Glad you enjoyed them.. Take care .. Kim
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Thanks so much...

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Well done. Impressive stitch job and what a great view.
Thanks so much James.. The stitch job is truely the program.. it does all the work..lol but the view was amazing.. and very happy it turned out well.. Glad you enjoyed them..

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Spectacular, Kim! They are both excellent. Makes me want to hop on a bike and tour the Rockies! (Maybe next year. ) Thanks for sharing.
Thanks and your Welcome Jeff!! Im so glad you enjoyed them.. If you decide to come this way on a bike tour (that would be an awesome way to see the country).. just let me know and I can get you a couple different places worth seeing..

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Good panos Kim, I have to agree with you about the second one. Great play of light and shadow. A 'wallhanger' for sure
NaCl(a photographic 'wallhanger' should not be confused with a pottery 'wallbanger' )H2O
Thanks Salty.. Im glad you like them. I am very anxiouse to get the bottom one printed and hopefully ready for a show I am in the first part of August. I dont know about the pottery wallbanger... but I do like liquid 'wallbanger' I believed they are names after some guy name Harvey.. lol ..

Thanks everyone for your comments on the panos.. I am glad you enjoyed them..

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Wow
Those are fantastic pictures with a great location. I can see why you are making prints.
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YAY you are back to posting Love them!!!!!!
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Great work Kim. I do like pano's.
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Magnificant Kim. They're so sharp and detailed. I'm leaning towards the first one but the colours in the second are wonderful. Great work!
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