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Old Jul 27, 2010, 5:02 PM   #1
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Default Pano Experiment - Improved Version

From my earlier post I have ben working with the Panorama and was able to add one photo plus capture the lost reflection from the last image.

Snowy Egret Panorama 2

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Wow! Hard to believe you could improve the first one but, you sure did.
Splendid Job, Ed.
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Old Jul 27, 2010, 7:35 PM   #3
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Effective compositing - like sequential movie frames, only sharper - very nice.
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I love it - the whole idea amazes me, and it is really well done. Makes me want to go to somewhere I can find bigger birds and try it. I had never thought about doing this at all - a great idea.
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darn
i just commented on the other one
and this one is better
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Great idea - I'd love to see this full size, I bet it's spectacular.
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Great idea - I'd love to see this full size, I bet it's spectacular.
I printed it as 36" X 11.75" pano for my den. The largest I can do on my printer is 38" X 13" but a frame would need to be custom made. Considering havig a lab do a larger version, the 36" X 11.75" looks good though.

I have a larger version posted in my gallery Here: http://www.dpreview.com/galleries/27...egret-panorama. It will enlarge to go across full screen width.

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Very, very cool!

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Hi Ed, That image is absolutely magical. Every time I look at it there is something new that I see. It has to be one of the best original images that I ever remember seeing.

If there is a costco near you, try them as a test. They are able to print very large images on a roller plotter, something like 20" by 30" for under $10, and their quality although not gallery quality, is excellent.

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Stunning - or more stunning than last pano, great work
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