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geoffs Jun 6, 2004 10:45 PM

This shot was taken using my older Canon G2. It is a stitch of 5 shots and is of the river canyon above the falls at Palouse Falls in eastern Washington state. The 5 images encompass approximately 150 degrees of panorama.

http://home.comcast.net/~ffoegs/jpeg...orama-PSE2.jpg

photosbyvito Jun 6, 2004 11:22 PM

nice job :) i see no proof of stitching :) nice

did you use the stitch assist mode? if you did.....it's better if you use manual...then you can keep the exposure the same..that is a major problem when stitching (not that it's here...but it is a major problem some times)

nice shot :) that water is really blue :)

geoffs Jun 7, 2004 8:48 AM

Thanks, Vito!

I know that on my c8080 using panorama mode, the camera automatically ensures that exposures after the first are all the same. However, I can't remember whether or not the G2 operates in the same manner, and these 5 shots were taken using the G2's stitch assist mode.

If you look at the cloud detail in the sky, you'll notice at 2 points along the horizontal dimension they show up some discontinuities in the exposure or stitching.


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