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I can see for miles and miles and miles
Posted By: daacon, 09-25-2009, 03:06 PM

8 vertical shots, psd file is about 470mb jpg is about 60mb hand held (I think I took a few off the tripod not sure) only froze my computer once - T8300 2.4 GHZ dual core with 4 GB RAM (using xp so 3gb used)

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09-25-2009, 03:16 PM   #2
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Crap, that is one big file Dave. That worked out very well. Nicely done. JIM
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i envy anyone who does nice panos like this
09-26-2009, 07:48 AM   #4
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Crap, that is one big file Dave. That worked out very well. Nicely done. JIM
Thanks Jim I was surpised at the size of jpg as well.

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i envy anyone who does nice panos like this
Thanks adamkean - it's not as difficult as you would imagine - the software (I use CS4) does a great job. The difficulty is lining up the shots and maintaining the same exposure (use AE-L and I changed mine to hold for 30 secs).

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Wow.
Massive pano.
Great result with vertical shots stitched together.
Well done mate.
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Wow.
Massive pano.
Great result with vertical shots stitched together.
Well done mate.
Thanks Ash - it was just one of many amazing landscape areas we saw.
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I like the contrast between the vivid blue sky and the orange of the land.
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Very nice panorama. Wonderful vista!

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That's one huge file (and one enormous panorama)!

Great shot(s)!
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Whoa. Just, whoa.

Great shot to hang in a hallway.
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I like the contrast between the vivid blue sky and the orange of the land.
Thanks Mike - it was more impressive being there.

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Very nice panorama. Wonderful vista!
Thanks fccwpe - appreciate the comments.

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That's one huge file (and one enormous panorama)!
Great shot(s)!
Thanks Jeff - indeed all my computer could handel.

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Whoa. Just, whoa.
Great shot to hang in a hallway.
Thanks flippedgazelle - I moght print this one still need to decide on which ones will make it to print.
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coool ...
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Thanks Taff I got 4 panos (so far) from the trip will post more later.
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An impressive pano in both size and beauty. well done
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Thanks Scott it was an area where there were a lot of panoramic oppertunities.
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