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Old Oct 5, 2005, 9:27 AM   #1
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These are from a mountain south of Napoli (Italia)

1- looks small, but original one is a stitching of 6 images (at 5Mp), for a final image obtained with PTA + 'auto pano' and 'enblend' after more than half an hour of calculations, a 5239x3622 pixels (c. 19 Mega pixels) compressed in a 9Mb fine compr. jpg (after a 90Mb Tiff).
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Old Oct 5, 2005, 9:30 AM   #2
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2 - panorama of 13 vertical IMAGES (much details are lost at this downsized format)
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Beautiful shots! Great stitching! :-) I'm beginning to feel like I won't ever need a wide-angle converter - I just need to learn to compose and stitch panoramas!
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3 - normal picture (original had much darker trees on right side and slightly clearer sky)
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4 - Stitching of 4 shots
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Old Oct 5, 2005, 9:49 AM   #6
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5 - BW single pic
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Old Oct 5, 2005, 10:10 AM   #7
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Narmer,

Splendid shots to make an even better view of what you see. This does not replace medium, large format cameras but your examples shows it is possible to get more out of digicam.
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Great pictures. At first I did not realize the size of it until I saw the objects on top of the rock. Good work.
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Simply amazing! You have rally mastered the other side of digital photograhy - PC editing.
I also tried stiching, but my results were nowhere like yours!
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Old Oct 6, 2005, 9:19 AM   #10
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Thanks to all of you.

I have some very advanced progs for stitching (PTA), but the one I generally use (which makes good job 90% of times) is Arc Soft Panorama Maker 3, which was in the CD with FZ20 software (It's the only software from that CD I still use, except for the USB driver)

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PS editing is really important, although a nice photo is a nice f├╣photo.
Sometimes I see shots which are nearly to erase, but after usual PP (contrasts, saturation, NR, sharpness and eventually something more) they turn into very interesting ones...
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