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Old Nov 18, 2006, 8:58 PM   #1
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This is my first try on a panorama. This is what the woods looked like in GA this fall. Look forward to improvement suggestions.



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Old Nov 19, 2006, 2:27 AM   #2
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jim, can you link this to a larger image??? try posting to photobucket.com. it's a freebie..

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Old Nov 19, 2006, 9:25 AM   #3
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Took a look at photobucket and it won't gain much. Limited to 1024x768. Current size is 1000x116. I'll do some looking around and see what else I can find.



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i'll host it for awhile..try and keep it under 2megs.

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Old Nov 19, 2006, 1:28 PM   #5
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how many images in this??

see the full size here. it's about 700K
http://www.texasbostons.com/pano_jacks.jpg

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There are 8 images. There was supposed to be 9, but I didn't get enough overlap on the last one so it did not merge properly. It is roughly a 300 degree view.



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There are 8 images. There was supposed to be 9, but I didn't get enough overlap on the last one so it did not merge properly. It is roughly a 300 degree view.



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what program did you use to make this panorama? i could find at least 3 overlapping points. i suggest you try autostitch, it's free and does really good job stitching without visible seams. you don't even need do lock exposure taking photos, it will stitch them no matter what.

http://www.cs.ubc.ca/~mbrown/autostitch/autostitch.html

this one was made using this little tool, 3 images



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I used one that I had on hand.It came with my first digital camera back in the late 90's, Photostitch by Ulead. Simply used what I had available for a first try. Thanks for the suggestion on the software. I'll give it a try.



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Well Mr. JimInGA, for a first this is a good one. In a couple of frames where the leaves are ovehanging in the foreground they give a wonderful sense of perspective in the scene. I almost felt like I was standing right there in the woods.


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