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    Hello..I would to ask if anyone here know how to take good panorama photos? i tried to do some but there always some different in the sky colour which can see very clearly at the portion where it join.What kinda setting should be use? I use a fix zoom but the foucs is set to manual..do i need to set it to auto?

    I do not knw how to attach photo here.pls go to the link below to take a look at the pics..

    http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/p...9&id=599684376

    Pls give feed back..good or bad is all welcome..i really hope to impove in tis area before i head to norway again to shoot the nice landscape there...

    thank you,..,

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    It looks like the pictures had different exposure settings...

    I think you would need to set your camera to manual, decide on an exposure setting, and keep it constant throughout the shots... Also, were you using a CPL? shooting wide with a CPL might introduce banding in the sky, and that could make blending a PITA...

    Nice work though! Maybe you could try fixing the sky when u have finished blending those shots?
    You don't take a picture, you make one... - Ansel Adams

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    Default Re: Panorama Photos

    Don't upload your panos to Facebook. It makes the pano so small, it beats the purpose. I used to do it too, but stopped after a while

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyuHendrabusa View Post
    Don't upload your panos to Facebook. It makes the pano so small, it beats the purpose. I used to do it too, but stopped after a while
    Where can i post it then?thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by nivla80 View Post
    It looks like the pictures had different exposure settings...

    I think you would need to set your camera to manual, decide on an exposure setting, and keep it constant throughout the shots... Also, were you using a CPL? shooting wide with a CPL might introduce banding in the sky, and that could make blending a PITA...

    Nice work though! Maybe you could try fixing the sky when u have finished blending those shots?
    What is CPL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fws1981 View Post
    What is CPL?
    Circular Polarizer Filter, a filter attached on to the lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoricko View Post
    Circular Polarizer Filter, a filter attached on to the lens.
    Oic...i am using normal UV filter..thank for all the advise...i will tried out more shooting...

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