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Old Oct 23, 2007, 11:53 PM   #1
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Finally! I made it home before the Sun set, and caught a few photos through the window. There was a bit of haze, aka pollution in the air, hehe. C&C welcome.

First off, we have view from my home; 8 images stitched using Panorama Maker 3:

Manual Mode
A: 4.5
S: 1/60
100 ISO
RAW to JPG,
Resized
USM 0.7

To see the detail, here is a link to the resized image, its still 7.95MB;
http://www.pbase.com/metalfab/image/87784377/original




Next are 2 separate photos of the same view using the 18x zoom;




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Old Oct 24, 2007, 1:40 AM   #2
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It was a good ideaproviding the link for the resized 7.95 image, which could only do justice to your very decent stitchwork collecting the tree tops of autumn with appealing colours

A little bit more to the bottom sacrificing a bitfrom the sky would make it even better, IMO. Ah, but Iam aware of the diffuculties of handling an eight shot pano!Having tried various stitching software, I only use manual stitchingfeature at Photoshop CS for difficult tasks myself, whereI can also fill in the desperate gaps otherwise Iwould have to crop off alltogether
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It was a good ideaproviding the link for the resized 7.95 image, which could only do justice to your very decent stitchwork collecting the tree tops of autumn with appealing colours

A little bit more to the bottom sacrificing a bitfrom the sky would make it even better, IMO. Ah, but Iam aware of the diffuculties of handling an eight shot pano!Having tried various stitching software, I only use manual stitchingfeature at Photoshop CS for difficult tasks myself, whereI can also fill in the desperate gaps otherwise Iwould have to crop off alltogether
Thanks Bahadir,
I used Panorama Maker 3.0 that came with the FZ18, its a very good program as far as I'm concerned

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