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Old Aug 13, 2007, 6:48 AM   #11
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i know exactly what u mean!! in this case i couldnt get the hight i wanted by shooting at 50mm, i could have shot portraite but didnt think of that at the time!

i think with building i made the correct choice as there where only 2 seams to cope with and i have got quite good at correcting distortion, got a plug in for photoshop that corrects lens distortion but yet to try it

the hardest thing to correct is the sky......if u dont lock exposure u will have major problems, if its a shot im really wanting ill take the scene 3 times ill take average reading set cam to manual then shoot the 3 shots and look back at them looking at sky, if its washed a bit ill shoot at faster speed again and then possible shoot slower

when i get home ill look at the sets i took and use the one with best ballance for final stitch up

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Excellent job Gary! It looks seamless to me, and the composition is just right!...cheers...Don
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