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    Default Wilderness pano

    Pentax k10d + Da 14 (8 shots taken and combined together)

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    Default Re: Wilderness pano

    Bro... too small to see anything la
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    Default Re: Wilderness pano

    Oops

    I will post the larger version


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    Default Re: Wilderness pano

    beautiful greens!

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    Wow... looks nicer when it is blown up. Yea nice tones of greens. I think it is a very nice blend of subjects here from bridges to huts and staircases.
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    Very interesting pic.....looks nice if you print it into wallpaper and paste around your room.

    But I find the fence around the lake and the reflection on the lake on the right of the pic a bit weird...could it be due to compression or down sizing?

    If only you took HDR on all 8 shots!

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    Default Re: Wilderness pano

    cool... nice composition. what software you used to stitch?

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    Default Re: Wilderness pano

    Thanks for the comments, everyone.

    To andrewtansj, I use photoshop CS3 and I did not use autostitch at all... Just hard work in blending and cloning and distorting the images together...

    To Lastboltnut, the reflections in the water are due to the compression. I guessed I was running out of patience in the end, not downsizing the pics carefully

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    Thanks for the info. Nice work

    Quote Originally Posted by roentarre View Post
    Thanks for the comments, everyone.

    To andrewtansj, I use photoshop CS3 and I did not use autostitch at all... Just hard work in blending and cloning and distorting the images together...

    To Lastboltnut, the reflections in the water are due to the compression. I guessed I was running out of patience in the end, not downsizing the pics carefully

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