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Old Jul 25, 2010, 10:46 AM   #1
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3-shot panorama, stitched with Hugin (Freeware), blended with a pseudoHDR version to bring out the detail and a bit of added contrast etc.

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Old Jul 25, 2010, 12:00 PM   #2
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Great shot, Martin! It's just as I remembered it.
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Old Jul 25, 2010, 12:47 PM   #3
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very very nice martin............... now clone all those bodys out hahaha i just had a go and more or less lost them all by cloning another tree in the foreground nice stitching thanks for sharing
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Great shot, Martin! It's just as I remembered it.
I concur. If Id ever been there Im sure it would be just as I remembered it too. Really nice shot. Where was it taken from? It reminds me of Where's Waldo?
Id like to take a pic like this to submit for a contest. Id insert a naked couple somewhere inconspicuous. Me and the devil are good buddies.

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Wonderful Shot!!!! And thank you so much for explaining how you were able to do it.
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Thanks all - the hugin software is very easy to use and I'm amazed at the job it did of matching the frames with all of those people walking about. I haven't noticed any half-people in the shot.

@Bynx - There is a small hill right in the middle of the grounds which gives a great vantage point.
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