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01-15-2016, 05:34 PM - 2 Likes   #841
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QuoteOriginally posted by slick100d Quote
A two shot pano from one of my trips to Colorado.

great shooting plus right time, right spot

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Nice capture on that double rainbow
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Here are two vertical stitched panoramas of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, one inside, one outside. I used the K3 & DA 15mm limited.


IMGP8436_stitch A
by Jonathan MacDonald, on Flickr


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And one horizontal stitched pano from the DA 70mm looking out over the city.


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Part of my Friday commute, multiple shots stitched together in LR6, taken with an older Vivitar 400mm f6.3 m42 lens.


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Aussies vs India International T20 here in Adelaide.
7 stitch pano from my phone, merged in ICE
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Red Tailed hawk. Three landscapes stitched vertically with Photoshop Elements 11. Sigma 150-500 on a Pentax K5ii.

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That's an unusual subject for a stitch! Birds can hold amazingly still.
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I wasn't sure a pano of an animal would really work, but I had to try. I started at the head and worked down since the bird was bobbing its head watching the other birds nearby. (Sort of reading the lunch menu...) The pano is three landscape images but I could probably managed with just two. Unresized, the image is some 5200 X 3200 pixels. A few moments after the shots were taken the hawk charged into the buffet it had been perusing and (more or less) fell into the street. Fortunately a passing car broke its fall. Even more fortunately, this happened in a school zone so the cars was only doing 15 mph. After a second or two the hawk got straightened out and flew up to a nearby lamp pole, apparently uninjured. I imagine that the driver wet their pants when that big hawk landed on the car hood and slid up against the windshield. Unfortunately the car was driving away from me so I didn't get any pictures of the scene.
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Red Tailed hawk. Three landscapes stitched vertically with Photoshop Elements 11. Sigma 150-500 on a Pentax K5ii.
Very creative - nice work
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Here are two vertical stitched panoramas of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, one inside, one outside. I used the K3 & DA 15mm limited.


What a beautiful and unique architectural structure. Very organic. Looks more like it grew there, rather than constructed by the hands of tradesmen and craftsmen.
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Light pillars formed by light reflecting from suspended ice crystals over town tonight.
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