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    Quick and Dirty (and sloppy) from this morning:


    waterfrontpano by mbeganyi, on Flickr

    Handheld, should have taken a bit more care in rotating about the scene.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmike View Post
    Quick and Dirty (and sloppy) from this morning:
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    Neat. I like the boards on the boardwalk, especially.
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    I agree, that is a nice one, love the clouds over the lake. It has been a while since I visited your lovely town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baker View Post
    Neat. I like the boards on the boardwalk, especially.
    thanks.
    there are a lot of remnants and misalignments in there, if i have more time later, i'll have to clean them up.

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    Great panoramic shots!!!

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    This is my first venture into the 'photography forum.' One thing I like to do is a 4x1 ratio. I think it produces a good balance.

    Ride On!

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    Nice photo. Where is this at?
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    Quote Originally Posted by baker View Post
    Nice photo. Where is this at?
    Fire at Hewletts

    Another pic from the same trail, different time.



    I've been putting together a year-end pano post for a few years.

    2005:
    A Year In Review Widescreen Edition

    2011:
    2011-it's a wrap.

    I think my photos have improved over the years.
    Ride On!

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    Here's one you might recognize Baker
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Panoramic photos-monument-rock-pan.jpg  


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    Very nice! Did you take this from up on the road? My house is on the mesa/ridge behind Monument Rock. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jl View Post
    This is my first venture into the 'photography forum.' One thing I like to do is a 4x1 ratio. I think it produces a good balance.
    That is a great picture. Congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by baker View Post
    Very nice! Did you take this from up on the road? My house is on the mesa/ridge behind Monument Rock. :-)
    Well, its right below the road. We rode down from Mt. Herman, past the rock and pond, and then the trail forks left, right, or straight, with straight going up the steep hill to the road. that's where we were.
    You live in a nice place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smilinsteve View Post
    You live in a nice place!


    It's a great place for hikers, bikers, and equestrians
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    Nothing extraordinary, just our local stuff. My wife and I out enjoying a beautiful day, and thankful for what we have.

    Memorial Day 2012


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    "...when your ride is nearly over, it seems to have lasted but an instant..."


    Stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Salt View Post
    Nothing extraordinary, just our local stuff. My wife and I out enjoying a beautiful day, and thankful for what we have.

    Memorial Day 2012


    Nice! Looks like I could enjoy some California terrain...
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    A few panos from Sedona this winter.

    Holga panos on redscale film...





    Dolphin spinner on 35mm...




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    Quote Originally Posted by washedup View Post
    Holga panos on redscale film...
    Dolphin spinner on 35mm...
    Great stuff! Those helmets in the spinner pictures must be the new artist's signature!

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    I usually use Photoshop to stitch my panos, Canon also has some software that isn't bad and I think it comes free with most of their cameras.

    Here are some that I have taken in the past year, they are a mix of Mountain and Road rides and other Adventures.


    Untitled_Panorama11 by jen0910, on Flickr

    Untitled_Panorama1r by jen0910, on Flickr

    Untitled_Panorama4 by jen0910, on Flickr

    Untitled_Panorama1r by jen0910, on Flickr

    Untitled_Panorama2 (Medium) by jen0910, on Flickr

    waterfallpan1 by jen0910, on Flickr

    cube_panorama5 by jen0910, on Flickr
    Last edited by jen0910; 05-30-2012 at 01:01 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StiHacka View Post
    Great stuff! Those helmets in the spinner pictures must be the new artist's signature!
    Thanks. Have been working more on the spinner and the last batch are helmet less. Not yet scanned. I am partial to holga ones myself. Look for some of my toy camera work in Bike Monkey this coming month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmike View Post
    Looks like a peaceful ride.

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    Buffalo Creek burn area from Gashouse trail right before today's storm
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    Quote Originally Posted by washedup View Post
    A few panos from Sedona this winter.

    Holga panos on redscale film...





    Dolphin spinner on 35mm...




    I feel like I just ate some bad mushrooms

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    [QUOTE=baker;9288718]I just accidentally found the panoramic setting on one of my cameras. Seems like you could produce some neat photos. For anyone that has spent time messing around with panoramas, what do you think produces the best results?

    Wow! That's a good shot!

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    From Mt Falcon. You can see red rocks ampitheatre and dakota ridge trails to the left. (click photo to enlarge on flickr)

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