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01/21/2007 12:18:35 AM · #1
very cool. take a look.
01/21/2007 12:23:07 AM · #2
Great photo. How did you 'stitch' it all together? Rod
01/21/2007 12:35:09 AM · #3
Originally posted by rod1:

Great photo. How did you 'stitch' it all together? Rod


He didn't.

Same panorama as in this thread: Paris 360°
01/21/2007 12:47:53 AM · #4
I saw a naked lady in a window :-)
01/21/2007 12:50:22 AM · #5
BTW, how would one meter such shots? Do you just start with one reading and go from there or do you get readings from all around you and then average them and shoot all frames with that reading?
01/21/2007 12:54:59 AM · #6
Originally posted by fotomann_forever:

BTW, how would one meter such shots? Do you just start with one reading and go from there or do you get readings from all around you and then average them and shoot all frames with that reading?


21.gif labuda has one method here:78 megapixels


01/21/2007 01:15:18 AM · #7
I'd like to try a pano. They seem like they could be fun to do.
01/21/2007 01:49:53 AM · #8
Paris is gorgeous at night :)
01/21/2007 03:49:16 AM · #9
I have been using Panorama Factory for a few months now with amazing success. The program is easy to use, has a 30 day free download, and with the comparitive price of the Australian Dollar, was relatively cheap to purvhase. Anyway, try the free download.
01/21/2007 06:12:37 PM · #10
Too bad i was there in paris and i didn't try alot of night shots or even one Pano in Europe.
01/21/2007 06:22:24 PM · #11
Most important thing i've found when trying pano's is to keep the settings (mostly exposure) the same for each shot.
Might seem pretty obvious but i left it on aperture priority and i had different tones in the sky.
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