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11-06-2009, 10:05 PM - 1 Like   #16
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Here's another...

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Great shots in this thread! It's not very vivid though, so I thought to revive it.
After posting a pano of Rome from Janiculum Hill in the PYP section, this is a panorama
from just the oposite side of the city, from the top of the Spanish Steps. Composed out of 6 originals,
handheld, shot with the A28/2.8, and stitched with PS Elements 7.

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I've been really getting into panoramas lately I want a wider lens so I'm not taking a so many shots though :P I've got these in imgwide tags, click and they'll be decent resolution.

Mt. Rainier seen across Lk. Washington at Magnusun Park - 4 vertical photos put together in Elements, Tamron mirror 1000mm lens and lots of coaxing and tweaking in Elements to get decent contrast. Definitely one of my fave shots.

Seattle's Elliot Bay seen from the waterfront. About 6 vertical pics with the DA 35 Ltd. - took Elements forever to put together :P The color is almost entirely PP - it was one of our patented Seattle Steel Gray Sunsets and I wanted to see what I could do with color in PP. This is my favorite version, and is close to the natural colors we get when we *do* get colors.

Four vertical shots on the DA 35. Image is at Seward Park in Seattle. Behind those clouds is Mt. Rainier - pretty, isn't it? :P

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Lots of excellent pano here. This was my latest attempt.

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Ottawa and Gatineau,Canada, Oct. 2009.
Taken by 50-135mm at ~120mm. 9 images merged together. The finall size of the image is 11944 x 3625 pixels.

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Pendine Panorama

A four shot panorama of Pendine Sands, Camarthenshire.

This is the beach that Malcolm Campbell and J.G. Parry-Thomas set the world land speed records in the twenties before they found out about the salt pans.

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A lake in the highlands of Peru.

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Oh, man! I just started doing panos a couple of months ago...and it's so much fun!

The Washington Monument (5 shots vertical pano auto-stitched with Hugin, LAB processing and Octave sharpening with GMIC in GIMP):
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Nice Panos everyone.

26 photo stitch

10 photo stitch

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Since there are images here I would not have considered panos, here are my versions. All at 10mm

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My second attempts at making panos. Hopefully I'll get better with time.

Panorama from Little-Whiteface mountain on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Adirondacks Mt Baker on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
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Welcome to Banff Alberta:

04-15-2010, 07:05 PM   #28

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Some excellent and very creative panoramas posted. Good to see some thinking outside the box.
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More from me....

Mandu Mandu Gorge in the north of West Australia

Sunset on Lord Howe Island

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Sleeper thread?

Posted this in a new "optics on the sky" thread, but thought it desserved to go into the panorama thread as well. Shot from the same tower as my spherical panorama above with the DA10-17 Fisheye, 4 images stitched with PTGui.

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