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Old Jun 5, 2011, 8:19 AM   #1
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Default My first Panorama

Taken by HS20EXR in panorama mode 120. A little pp done in elements.
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Old Jun 5, 2011, 11:40 AM   #2
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gorgeous... we miss places like these in hyd.. makes me think to take a trip bangalore..
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You are most welcome.... My home is open for you.

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best panorama shot i seen in these forums.
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I will e honest and say that the panorama function on the HS10 and HS20 really doesn't seem to its justice on my camera and screen. I have been making panoramas using the AE lock button and snapping off 3 to 6 photos in a row and then using Photoshop Elements 7.0 to pull them together into one frame.

I do think that is a very clean well shot panorama.

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Thanks a lot for the appreciation all of you. I hav'nt tried taking panorama pictures by the method mentioned by Photo5 - Dave.

I tried all the three angles available in the camera, and the best picture was with 120, rest of them were a little difficult to manage.

I tried to do a HDR using the AutoHDR program by Martin Stykes and the result is as below.
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This is Nice shot saketb.

Here's this place?
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that place is near mr bajaj's house at bangalore...

i am pretty sure u got some good flora and fauna there to go ahead with macro photography..
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that place is near mr bajaj's house at bangalore...

i am pretty sure u got some good flora and fauna there to go ahead with macro photography..
flora - yes (very little, in this age of industralisation)

fauna - very far away
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I like it. I'll be doing the same when I buy the HS20exr.....Larry
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