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Old Aug 3, 2005, 4:28 AM   #11
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Thanks very much for the comments Peter and Tom!

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Exceedingly nice:!:
Are you stitching images together to get the panoramic look?

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Um, yes. For the record the first image was four vertical stripes, the second is just the one image (for a change!), the third I got a little carried away and took a 10 image (2x5 with the camera vertical) matrix, and the last one was a 3 image panorama, but I chucked most of it away during cropping!

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Wow again:!:,
you are real good at making clean stitches, nothing visible at all to indicate the merges.

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Old Aug 3, 2005, 11:22 AM   #13
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Wow again:!:,
you are real good at making clean stitches, nothing visible at all to indicate the merges.

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Nothing much to do with me: it's all down to the magic of autostitch. When it works it really works :-D.

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Old Aug 3, 2005, 2:20 PM   #14
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Beautiful shots! #1 is definately my favorite, with #2 a close second.
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John Maddock wrote:
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Wow again:!:,
you are real good at making clean stitches, nothing visible at all to indicate the merges.

Peter.
Nothing much to do with me: it's all down to the magic of autostitch. When it works it really works :-D.

John.
Yes it does. If your exposures are balanced at all it will smooth the transitions very nicely. There is a new version out - V. 2.184 as of this week, but I have yet to see what's been changed in it.

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All are quite lovely. There is something to be said for overcast days. You have captured a richness that could not have been done on a bright day.
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Old Aug 3, 2005, 8:45 PM   #17
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Nice shots. I like the last one best with all the rocks.
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superb.. you nailed the exposure, compensation, and smooth water effects on these.. as many of these as i see on various forumns, i never get tired of them when executed well.. stand up job..
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Thanks for the comments Ron, Zoomn, Hards80.

Tom: well spotted that there is a new autostitch release, I hadn't realised that, must be time to take some new pano's and try it out I guess...:-D

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Incredible series, John.

All are eminently publishable, imho!

They should at least be enlarged and on your wall!


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