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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



    Lake George Panorama by togish1, on Flickr

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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! Is the HDR hurting your eyes a little, too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StiHacka View Post
    Sweet! Is the HDR hurting your eyes a little, too?
    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.

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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




    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.
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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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