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10-29-2010, 06:14 AM   #31
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I sort of droop towards the right DA70

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Just begun finally stitching panoramas despite taking some photos a few years ago! Fast becoming one of my favourite techniques. Mount bromo national park, Java, Indonesia.

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my first few

I did these for a university class assignment, its my first time
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My first.... and really only pano



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3 shot film pano from around 1996 that I found back and stitched recently.

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Ah... what a brilliant thread! I am happy to have found it. Really great pictures I saw here.

Want share one of my tries too:

My girlfriend in the park - not possible to catch her in one shot. I needed three.

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I found some other tries as well:

#1 (Excavation Valley)


#2


#3 (Apple plantation)


#4 (Pagan Sign over German Village)


#5 (Bode Museum Berlin)


#1 and #2 are the result of more than 5 takes
#3 is the result of two takes
#4 and #5 consists of 12 or 9 pictures an imitate middle format

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QuoteOriginally posted by christophleipzig Quote
I found some other tries as well:

#5 (Bode Museum Berlin)

... consists of 12 or 9 pictures an imitate middle format
Beautiful. This is really well executed.
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Sunset over lake close to Munich


Ammersee am Abend

View over lake to the south of Munich

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QuoteOriginally posted by Clou Quote
Sunset over lake close to Munich


Ammersee am Abend

View over lake to the south of Munich

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WunderschŲn! Beautiful! You got quite nice light while shooting the first image!

Just two other view from another place in Germany - a lake in Brandenburg - north of Berlin.

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I just bought Autopano pro to do more. Here's a couple of them...





Unfortunately I made a real hash in taking the frames for the second pano, one of my lessons learned was never to flop over the camera on a ball head and pan to take photos for a pano, it makes the parallax error very severe. I think I either need to take multi row pano with the camera in landscape orientation, or buy an L-bracket or something.
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That second one is awesome.. great subject to use
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Hello friends, my first post here after lurking for many moons ..
a few of mine to share::

"Cognative Freedom"

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"Rorschach Cloudblot Test #1"

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"Detonation at Dawn"

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"Flying over Florida Bay #1"

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