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Old Nov 19, 2004, 1:19 PM   #1
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It's not quite finished and was taken in a hurry,but I am now sick of the sight of this part of the world, so here's the pano shot.




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Old Nov 19, 2004, 3:46 PM   #2
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Hi Cold Snail.

This is a very interesting shot. I like the mysterious blue benind the spire at mid-right.I can't imaginehow long you must have wiated to catch this scene so deserted. How many shots does this comprise?

Good work;

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Old Nov 19, 2004, 3:50 PM   #3
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The blue light is a light show over central London.

I took the shots when there was people around, but I waited until they were far away from me.

It is a 14 shot stitch, put together using the Panorama Factory. I still have a few thing to tidy up, but am pleased with the basic stitch-up.
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Old Nov 19, 2004, 3:54 PM   #4
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I took the shots when there was people around, but I waited until they were far away from me.

It is a 14 shot stitch, put together using the Panorama Factory. I still have a few thing to tidy up, but am pleased with the basic stitch-up.
14 shots, that's huge! I'm amazed how well the whole thing works.

Super job.

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Old Nov 19, 2004, 4:05 PM   #5
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I guess a 16,379 x 1703 is a fair size for printing.

I have a bit of distortion to adjust and a little bit of fine cloning to do, then it's a case of finding a decent print service to print a few up.

Thanks for the comments.

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This is an incredible shot. I didn't realize how wide it really was on the other forum. 14 stitches! Wow.
One question. There are two sets of horrizontal "lights" at the top near left of the pano. What are these?

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Old Nov 20, 2004, 3:21 PM   #7
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Fred.

It's where the pictures were aligned to go together, I should have tidied these up with a little cloning, but as I will carry on with the finishing touches later, I just left it as it looks ok to post.

Hope you've worked that tripod thingy out.

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Hope you've worked that tripod thingy out.

Paul.
Glad you asked. I now know which is top and which is the bottom of the tri-pod. I still need to figure out if the camera screws onto it clockwise or counter. I should have it down pat in another week or two.

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