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Old Sep 9, 2006, 3:03 AM   #1
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Hi Peeps.



Just registered here, what a great site. New to photography, just bought a sony dsc-h2 and getting used to it. This is 4 shots stitched manually in CS2, with lots of colour (i was going for the 'Windows XP' teletubbies type shot!).
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Old Sep 9, 2006, 3:20 AM   #2
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Welcome dan, very nice pano keep up the good work.
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Welcome to the forum, and very nicely stitched.

You're right about the teletubby look :-)

Looks a lot like the countryside around me actually, where was it taken out of interest?

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Greetings and welcome Dan!

Nice panoramic, I've got to say. Definitely the "Windows teletubbies" colours come out strong (a bit too much for a natural shot, but still it's maybe what you wanted).

You stitched the photos together very well, I know from experience it's not always that easy. The sky's hues work quite well smoothly I mean (even if a bit TOO blue in places!) :-)

Yes, I'm also curious, as John is, where was the photo taken?

All the best, hope you'll enjoy being on this site as much as the rest of us!

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Thanks for the replies. Yea you're right John it is in your neck of the woods - it's Pennywell farm at Buckfastleigh
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Old Sep 9, 2006, 4:48 AM   #6
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lovely panorama and vivid colours. Well done indeed.
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