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  1. #1
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    Landscape Panoramas

    I couldn't find a panograph thread anywhere so why not post them here. This is the west slope of the Crazy Mountains.


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    Re: Landscape panographs

    That is brilliant.
    Ever since the photo challenge with the B&W panorama, i've been trying to get one pano, but am not able to get it right.
    Can still see the stitch lines in CS6 & i can't figure out why.
    Marcel helped me quite a bit, but i haven't had luck.
    What program do you use Ken?

    Again, thepic just takes my breath away. Great
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    Re: Landscape panographs

    Here is another one with a twist.
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    Ken

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    Re: Landscape panographs

    Landscape Panoramas
    This is the only big one I've done. I had posted it in another thread.


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    Re: Landscape panographs

    Microsoft Ice is what I used and am having trouble myself getting them to blend darker tones together.
    Ken

  6. #6
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    Re: Landscape panographs

    I decided that this vertical one is better without HDR

    Four vertical images stitched together. Half on the bronze was in two of the pictures and it stitched together without any ghosting.
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    Ken

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    Re: Landscape panographs

    Boynton Beach Inlet
     

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    Re: Landscape panographs

    Sunrise from September
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    Re: Landscape panographs

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynne View Post
    Boynton Beach Inlet
    Marilynne, you've got to straighten the horizon for this one. Otherwise the ocean will drain itself.
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    Re: Landscape panographs

    Landscape Panoramas
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    This morning's three shot hand held.
     
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