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 Post subject: 1st Panoramic
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 7:29 am 
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a view from Universal Studios Hollywood.


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How many shots did you stitch together?
Which software?
Any probs you encountered? Tips for the uninitiated?
At which focal length did you shoot?

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2008 1:04 am 
Thomas, as always, is on the money.

Looking at this small version, I can't see any obvious stitching flaws - well done. Did you (clone) stamp it?
I now notice an exposure gradient in the sky about 1/5 from left - did you lock the exposure (shutter, aperture, ISO) and white balance? If not, you might want to experiment with it.

As a subject, I don't find this landscape very interesting; it's rather flat, and those movie houses aren't very attractive, although they're no doubt the attraction here.


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