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Old Nov 5, 2003, 7:10 PM   #1
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West side of the Downtown core, Stanley Park, first mountain on the left is Cypress Mtn, the 2 'small' humps in behind Cypress are called The Lions, next (middle) is Grouse Mtn, next (right) is Mt. Seymour. Average height I believe is about 1000 meters or 2800 feet (could be wrong ) Also, I didn't have the camera on Landscape mode and there was a bit of haze (polution ) so the mountains are not as clear as I had hoped.

File is 4 images stitched and resized equaling 850KB.
Unsharp mask 0.8 @ 70%

http://www.juetts.com/DX6490/Vancouver-Pano.jpg

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fine stitch Koruvs. Not perfect though. There's lines in the sky that will tell this is a stitch. i.e upon the white tower on the right.

But a good panorama.
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Old Nov 6, 2003, 2:33 PM   #3
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Hi Klaus,

Thanks for the comments. I didn't use a tripod so all things considered it came out quite well. I used Canon's stitching program that, of all things came with my S9000 printer. I'm not to versed in removing those lines manually, any suggestions? :-)

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Old Nov 6, 2003, 2:38 PM   #4
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Nice pano. I need to start working on that part of photo skills.
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Old Nov 6, 2003, 3:34 PM   #5
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YES
Go to my website and look under "Photo editing" => "Remove an object". The technique I describe there, is the one you can use for removing these areas. It's actually an cut and paste job. But - take a look if you please.
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Like Klaus said, not perfect, but still quite good! I've never been good at panoramas, myself.

I'd like to see more of the skyline in that shot!
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