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Old Mar 26, 2012, 11:16 PM   #1
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Default Golden Gate Bridge Panoramic

I arrived yesterday from San Francisco... shoot this picture last Friday, it was a beautiful day to walk and ride a bicycle through the Golden Gate Bridge.

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I will post more pictures of this beautiful city during this week.

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Old Mar 27, 2012, 12:29 AM   #2
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Great photogenic city innit Marcello. Excellent photo love it.

I think I took that photo with my old OM 2.

I don't know if you can do it or even if it's still possible but there's a road to Point Bonito Lighthouse on the north side of the bridge. Good views back at the bridge from the other way. A whole different feel.
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Now that is a really nice shot Marcello. Well done.

How many photos were stitched together to get that panorama?
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Perfect - Nice shooting - what lens (oops - 12-60) and how many shots...hortizontal or vertical??

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Great photo of the SF icon. It has been many years since I last saw the bridge, this causes some memory recall. Thanks!
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Very nice and BIG picture .
I'm also wondering how many pictures are in this picture.
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Old Mar 27, 2012, 7:36 PM   #7
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Great photogenic city innit Marcello. Excellent photo love it.

I think I took that photo with my old OM 2.

I don't know if you can do it or even if it's still possible but there's a road to Point Bonito Lighthouse on the north side of the bridge. Good views back at the bridge from the other way. A whole different feel.
Hi Ken,

I didn't have chance to go to Point Bonito Light House, I rented two bicycles for me and my wife and we were exhausted to ride it from Fisherman's Wharf. It is a beautiful light house maybe the next time.

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Now that is a really nice shot Marcello. Well done.

How many photos were stitched together to get that panorama?
Thank you Steven,

The pano was stitched with 6 horizontal pictures. PTGui did the trick.

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Perfect - Nice shooting - what lens (oops - 12-60) and how many shots...hortizontal or vertical??

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Thank you Jim,

The pano was stitched with 6 horizontal pictures. PTGui did the trick.

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Great photo of the SF icon. It has been many years since I last saw the bridge, this causes some memory recall. Thanks!
Hi Bob,

I'm glad you like the picture, thank you for your feedback.

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Very nice and BIG picture .
I'm also wondering how many pictures are in this picture.
Hi Lordje,

The pano was stitched with 6 horizontal pictures.

Have a great day everyone.

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Sorry this reply is late, Marcelo. But that is a very beautiful photo and the stitching is imperceptible. Well done!
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