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That's a cracking shot Peder, wonderful light.
I agree Stuart, the photo gives a wonderful warm and peaceful feel with great autumnal colours.
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Well I must say I'm impressed with all of them so far!

I haven't kept any of my attempts at panos. Sorry!

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Heres two of mine First Brixham and the other one where i work.






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Great pictures Andrew, I love these two. Panoramas give a scene a totally new perspective and this has been proven by the pictures in this thread.

Anyone got any more
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The White Horse at Uffington, taken early evening on 17 August 2007. I felt that I was able to see for miles from here.

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Heres two of mine First Brixham and the other one where i work.

I agree with Stephen regarding these two - they're belters!

The second one is the most memorable pano I've ever seen anywhere. The colours are superb and those puddles are so realistic you feel might get your finger wet just by touching the screen!

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From HESNĘS FOREST. (South Denmark).




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I agree with Stephen regarding these two - they're belters!

The second one is the most memorable pano I've ever seen anywhere. The colours are superb and those puddles are so realistic you feel might get your finger wet just by touching the screen!

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From HESNĘS FOREST. (South Denmark).
I love both those Peder, but especially the second, thanks for showing them.

Here is another one I took in Alaska. Its the 'snout' of the Marjorie Glacier as it enters Glacier Bay


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Great subject this Stephen and some fantastic scenes so far. For once its good to scroll

Here are a couple of beaches.-

The first Elafonsi in Western Crete (12 portrait)



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That water looks very inviting Martin, thanks for posting these
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Here is one from our Red Sea Cruise a couple of years ago:-


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Here is a vertical pano from our Nile Cruise:-

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Something I was playing with last week, trying to get a hdr effect image, I find the colours in the hdr style images quite interesting, some are ridiculous, other crazy, but I like the ones with strong colours.

Not really captured what I was after in this image, but I took each image with exposure bracketing, but then the last 1/3 of the images didnt have the exposure lock on, so have had to make up the sky on the right and try to correct the colour balance. I was going to merge each image to HDR then carry out the minor balances idividually and then join them all.
I think I bite off a little more then I could chew though, its a big job so just did a normal pano in the end =)
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So this is the result of them stitched. Its not perfect, I can see 3 flaws, but no matter it certainly gives a feel for a time that will live with me till I die.
Stephen, It's a very nice panorama but, yes, the seams are showing. I'm sure you could get an excellent stitch with better stitching software. My latest panorama is a VR taken at Greenwich Royal Observatory a couple of days ago with a handheld Canon 40D. The queue of students is to get the must-have photo astride the line of the Greenwich Meridian with a foot in each hemisphere. It's a biggish download, so not for dialup connections:

http://www.johnhpanos.com/royalobs.htm

(It's worth trying the Devalvr viewer, which is a very small download and gives a smoother display than either Flash or Quicktime).

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