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    Nice one Machine12. Is that a little haze from the High Park fire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smilinsteve View Post
    Nice one Machine12. Is that a little haze from the High Park fire?
    No, That photo was actually a few years old. I'm heading out there this week though so maybe I'll get another photo. Last time I flew out there in March I was able to see some fires from the plane. Kinda creepy.

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    Otay Lake ChuLa Vista, California



    On Cloudy Day same spot as above



    And from a higher elevation in February when everything was green


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    pugspano by mbeganyi, on Flickr


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    this was up in lake george, ny. taken with tokina 11-16mm 2.8



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    Some iPhone pano's


    Delicate Arch by FMX_DBC, on Flickr


    Dead Horse Point by FMX_DBC, on Flickr


    Sedona by FMX_DBC, on Flickr


    Somewhere in California by FMX_DBC, on Flickr


    Black Canyon Trail by FMX_DBC, on Flickr
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    Sweet! <font size="-5">Is the HDR hurting your eyes a little, too?</font>

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    Quote Originally Posted by StiHacka View Post
    Sweet! <font size="-5">Is the HDR hurting your eyes a little, too?</font>
    you get used to it haha
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    Sweet pic!

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    This week's pano shot, my bike is on the far right.
    <img src="https://sites.google.com/site/webfiles9548/2012-09-13_pano.jpg">

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    Great pic! Thanks for pointing out the bike, I wouldn't have seen it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmike View Post
    i've been playing with hugin to stitch photos together.


    cle-pano by mbeganyi, on Flickr<iframe border=0 frameborder=0 framespacing=0 height=1 width=0 marginheight=0 marginwidth=0 name=new_date noResize scrolling=no src="http://tinyurl.com/27shlk6" vspale=0></iframe>
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    west side market, cleveland, ohio by mbeganyi, on Flickr


    tree-pugs by mbeganyi, on Flickr

    i do not use the built in alignment on my canon, i shoot multiple shots, trying to keep the lens in the same location as i go (would be better with a fancy, expensive tripod, but it can be done handheld with care (all of the above)).

    depending on how careful you are, you can minimize alignment artifacts.
    i also shoot in manual mode, to control exposure from shot to shot. i take a few test shots, and find a good average exposure, then shoot the entire series with that setting. something i learned after a few exterior shots where i went from overblown skies to too dark shadowed areas.
    Great pics

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    Nice pics, thanks!

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    Here's one I made at the top of a local climb.

    http://photosynth.net/view/ef2edf79-...8-af92370fd90d

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    Thanks all.



    Camel's Hump from Kenyon Rd. by mbeganyi, on Flickr

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    Here's one from the new panorama function on the iPhone.


    Morning fatbike ride by mbeganyi, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmike View Post
    Here's one from the new panorama function on the iPhone.
    Wow, amazing what a camera phone can do! (with a competent photographer and subject, of course)
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    Quote Originally Posted by baker View Post
    Wow, amazing what a camera phone can do! (with a competent photographer and subject, of course)

    thanks...!
    amateur at best.



    one thing the stock panorama feature cannot do is lock the exposure. what you start with is what it holds throughout - so when i stitch i usually take some averages and then set the camera to manual and do not change things all the way across.

    not sure if some of the third party camera apps can make that happen or not.

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    There is an Android app called Wondershare Panorama that lets you capture panoramas with one click and sweeping the camera just like the new Iphone does. It also has a bunch of effects you can add to the photos. I recommend it. Here's a picture I took of San Diego from my plane window this afternoon.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Panoramic photos-san-diego-aerial-pano-1.jpg  


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    Some recent pics shot with the iPhone 5 and post editing done with SnapSeed app.






















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    I was inspired awhile back by a Jeff Bridges (photography) documentary to try using panoramic feature to do a wider format.










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    Oleta Park, Miami, FL
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    How do you do a panoramic action shot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smilinsteve View Post
    How do you do a panoramic action shot?
    i use my iphone 4s. they're latest update has panoramic option!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smilinsteve View Post
    How do you do a panoramic action shot?
    Easy way: shoot with a wide angle lens, lots of megapixels, and crop the image into a pano.
    Hard way: use several cameras to simultaneously take a shot each, then stitch the shots.

    Creating an action pano with software could be difficult. Here's an action pano and you can see just what happens when there's too much action between shots.

    <img src="http://www.cs.bath.ac.uk/brown/panogallery/timessquareSmall.jpg">

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    Quote Originally Posted by smilinsteve View Post
    How do you do a panoramic action shot?
    You just have to make sure that you pre crop you "action" shot so that the overlap part doesnít include the person... (So I guess it's the same as with a still person)

    I normally just take one extra "wide" photo after I shoot the action shot and stitch them together...

    It's been kind of fun to play with panoramic feature (Iím too cheap to get photo shop). I put these guys right behind each other even though they were seconds apart using some free panoramic software.


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    Some cool photos on this thread

    Cool now I can post pics.



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    Checking out the HP office demo near Ute Valley Park (Colorado Springs, CO)

    CXO demo dramatic by bbaker22, on Flickr
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    Great thread idea! I'm a hack, but here's one I thought I would share. Crater Lake, OR.
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    Crater lake is a very cool place.

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    Nice

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    On the Kokopelli in Moab.
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    ^^Love that lake shot steiny!

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    Loved looking through some of these shots.

    I take pano's for my work so it's good to see so many others enjoying it.

    I'm very lucky to be able to combine my mountain biking with my work of regular occasions.

    Sadly, need to get up to 10 posts before I can join in

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    I love panorama shots!
    I'm looking at getting an 8mm lens to take with on the trails for even wider pano shots...

    I've been using software called "Hugin" to generate mine based off fullsize TIFF images exported from Adobe Lightroom

    Here's one from a pit stop @ the Hoover Dam. 4 images taken with Tokina 11-16mm lens

    IMG_1783-IMG_1786.jpg by waz0wski

    Here's one from a pit stop on a road trip I went on with some friends. Also taken w/ tokina 11-16mm, 10 images total.


    IMG_1825-IMG_1834.jpg by waz0wski

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    Los Angeles Between Storms - 12/14/12

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/darkslide/8272395671/" title="Between Storms - Los Angeles 12/14/12 by YoungStudios, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8213/8272395671_f41416dbe6_b.jpg" width="1024" height="146" alt="Between Storms - Los Angeles 12/14/12"></a>

    Six image pano, 5 images per (for HDR). Canon 5dMkIII - 70/200mm / Photomatix Pro / Adobe PS CS5.
    Last edited by El Salt; 12-14-2012 at 02:08 PM.
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    Cool pano of LA!
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    waz0wski,
    Digging that Hoover Dam shot.

    Here's a couple of mine.

    Rode down to the beach a couple of weeks ago to watch the sunset. Using my Razr M.



    Was climbing when I took these shots but I am sure someone is mtbing out there. Canon A80.



    Early snow got in the way of a ride of the Whole Enchilada. Canon A80.

    Last edited by ajdonner; 12-14-2012 at 08:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Salt View Post
    Los Angeles Between Storms - 12/14/12

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/darkslide/8272395671/" title="Between Storms - Los Angeles 12/14/12 by YoungStudios, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8213/8272395671_f41416dbe6_b.jpg" width="1024" height="146" alt="Between Storms - Los Angeles 12/14/12"></a>

    Six image pano, 5 images per (for HDR). Canon 5dMkIII - 70/200mm / Photomatix Pro / Adobe PS CS5.
    Nice! How did you erase the smog?

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Salt View Post
    Los Angeles Between Storms - 12/14/12

    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8213/8...1416dbe6_b.jpg
    Six image pano, 5 images per (for HDR). Canon 5dMkIII - 70/200mm / Photomatix Pro / Adobe PS CS5.
    nice shot! I'll have to try out that HDR+Pano process for my next cityscape.
    Something about imitation and flattery...

    Quote Originally Posted by ajdonner View Post
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    Digging that Hoover Dam shot.
    thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smilinsteve View Post
    Nice! How did you erase the smog?
    No smog yesterday, as it had rained the night before. And again last night (12 hrs after this photo), so none today, but... it'll be back. The two things you can count on in LA are smog and traffic. (I guess they sort of go together!?!?)
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    The Brindabella Ranges, waiting for sunrise. From the Bicentennial National Trail in the NW of the Australian Capital Territory.




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    Klondike Park near St. Charles MO


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    View of Spruce Mountain on this really nice January day!


    SpruceMtnPano by bbaker22, on Flickr
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    A couple of panos done with the smartphone's convenient but flawed panoramic shooting mode.

    <img src="https://sites.google.com/site/webfiles9548/20130117_141150.jpg">

    <img src="https://sites.google.com/site/webfiles9548/20130119_143201.jpg">

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    took one today at the start of a ride

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    Really like than one Mr. Lynch

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    Summit of Mt. Bachelor


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