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Old Nov 5, 2004, 11:24 PM   #11
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Well, in this picture I was just trying to show a panoramic in a sense of the how wide the view easily can be.

It was taken handheld and stichted together using Panorama Factory.

Here is the cropped version.

I like to take extra wide panoramics for insurance and then always crop them.

The more advanced part of panoramic shooting is to find the nodal point of the lens and use that point on the tripod to pan your view to limit ghosting. One can make a centering plate found on this website.

http://www.pbase.com/10kzoomfz/image/34489166

http://www.pbase.com/10kzoomfz/image/34710649
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Old Nov 7, 2004, 3:23 PM   #12
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as i am still learning ( a lot from you all) , this my first panoramic shot

of bordeaux's river view. from the right bank, and less than half of what could be seen.

hope it works !


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Old Nov 7, 2004, 3:36 PM   #13
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P.S.

The weather was not really fine and the sunset was on the left of the picture.

During early morning in spring, the whole landscapewould probably look nicer

and when all the works on the quay will be finished it is gonna bebetter.

Anyway, thank you to all of you who got the answers to my questions.

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