Postby Mr_GTR on Sat 7/Jun/08 10:41am

Another one from me.

I was mucking around with my camera at school the other day.
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Postby tartgrandmother on Sat 7/Jun/08 11:02am

HAHA, peter panorama!! lol
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Postby woodsy on Sat 7/Jun/08 11:02am

this has been posted b4 but its to big to put up a good size but its a 180 degree pano contains 16 shots stitched together
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Postby tartgrandmother on Sat 7/Jun/08 11:03am

looks mint!!
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Postby Mr_GTR on Sat 7/Jun/08 12:37pm

tartgrandmother wrote: HAHA, peter panorama!! lol


Ha, I should've named it "Peter pan" ;)
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Postby Conners on Sat 7/Jun/08 2:18pm

Those pano's are awesome, loving woodsy's chch one especially.

I've played around a bit with Canon's Photostich software, generally pretty good but you you really notice if the exposure etc haven't been locked in the photos you're stitching.

Here's a couple I've stitched using it.
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Bridal Veil Falls, Raglan
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QEII in Sydney Harbour (crappy exposure and joins...)
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Queen Victoria Building, Sydney
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Postby avantibill on Sat 7/Jun/08 2:32pm

Nice work Conners and Woodsy:thumbsup: I should try a few more, problem with my camera is the tripod mount is offset to one side of the lens, well that's my excuse and I am sticking to it!
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Postby ShortStuff on Sat 7/Jun/08 2:35pm

My Pano of the Sydney harbour bridge and the opera house
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Postby avantibill on Sat 7/Jun/08 2:51pm

Here is my effort from about 18 months ago, taken from the Soldier's Memorial at Highcliff on the Otago Peninsula.
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Portobello on the left, Centre Rd and Pacific Ocean on the right
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Dunedin City- left, Ravensbourne - middle-right, Port Chalmers - extreme right.
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Postby Mr_GTR on Sat 7/Jun/08 10:58pm

Nice work. :thumbsup:
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Postby chuckie34 on Sun 8/Jun/08 6:21am

some seriously nice photo's. Nice work
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Postby ShortStuff on Sun 8/Jun/08 11:01am

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Postby reido on Sun 8/Jun/08 10:06pm

Fieldtrips are fun
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Postby tartgrandmother on Sun 8/Jun/08 10:12pm

huge gap jump between those wooden things
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Postby Datsane on Sun 8/Jun/08 11:10pm

Mmmmm CRUMBLE :drool:
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