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Old Feb 2, 2015, 2:37 PM   #1
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Default My second pano

It only took me a half a year to take my second pano LOL This time I used my tripod. The light was changing so fast, the sun kept playing hide and seek behind the clouds, I decide to take landscape photos instead of portrait to save time. I like how it came it. I'll definitely be taking more panos

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Old Feb 3, 2015, 2:42 PM   #2
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G'day mate

Certainly looks good from here - tried to print it yet?? coz it'd look great along the lounge room wall ~ great talking point over dinner !

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Old Feb 4, 2015, 11:36 AM   #3
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Thanks Phil! I haven't print it yet. I'm not sure how large this will print. If I remember correctly the full size image is 17,450 by 3900.

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G'day mate

at 300DPI ...... call it 18,000 x 4000 gives 60inches x 13inches

I would talk to a printer long before setting up the file to print
Many printers have a max print length or 48in - so you might need to crop to a smaller but printable size

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Thanks Phil!

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at 300DPI ...... call it 18,000 x 4000 gives 60inches x 13inches

I would talk to a printer long before setting up the file to print
Many printers have a max print length or 48in - so you might need to crop to a smaller but printable size

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