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Friday, September 30, 2005

Pano


Nikon D70 @ 18mm, 1/30 sec, f/22, ISO 200
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A scene I've taken quite a few pictures of now, but never as a pano. Finally got round to stitching this one together, pretty pleased with the results.

10 Comments:

Blogger Owen B. said...

The clouds make this, for me. So, with stitching shots together, do you use a utility that came with the camera, or something else, and is it literally just sticking the camera on a tripod and panning, leaving some overlap?

7:31 pm, September 30, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Hey, thanks Oweb. I use a programme called PTAssembler to stitch the photos. You should try it out - very effective.

As for taking the shots, just remember to shoot everything in manual mode (including WB) so that the exposure is the same for each frame. And yeah, leave about a third overlap in each shot.

8:59 pm, September 30, 2005  
Anonymous Obelix said...

Gorgeous clouds. Excellent shot.

Owen - I use panorama factory. I usually have a 30-40% overlap between photos and my ball head has a panorama swivelling option.

2:52 pm, October 01, 2005  
Anonymous Jem said...

Gorgeous shot John! The stiching worked very well indeed! :)

12:31 am, October 02, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Thanks guys! :)

10:54 pm, October 02, 2005  
Anonymous Rob said...

Wow, fantastic pano, love the tones and the clouds in particular

9:12 am, October 18, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

endless number of these wonderful finds, what with the Internet being a vast network of constantly evolving ideas and all!

2:29 am, November 05, 2005  
Anonymous Tylene said...

Wow, this photo is absolutely beautiful!

1:51 am, May 02, 2006  
Blogger Christine said...

What a beautiful beautiful landscape! Gorgeous.

5:11 am, May 02, 2006  
Blogger Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

FAR OUT!!! Great dramatic and striking shot! Mary :-)

7:46 pm, May 02, 2006  

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