My panoramics

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    My panoramics





    Santa Barbera Pier


    Redwood Forests Northers California



    Barringer Crater Winslow Arizona


    Newport Oregon


    Portland Oregon Night scene
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    Love the Arizona shot. The lens flair really gives a nice touch!

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    Love the Newport Oregon and Arizona images. But they would look good in a post if they were larger. Great shots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by saiyanbob12 View Post

    Wow! I love this picture, especially the "globe/sphere" like effect the photo gives with the curved horizon.

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    Great shots,...so how did you take them? What lens did you use? What mode? Are they produced in-camera or in software? Did you use a tripod, or just pan handheld?

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    Quote Originally Posted by castroincome View Post
    Wow! I love this picture, especially the "globe/sphere" like effect the photo gives with the curved horizon.
    That comes from not leveling the camera across the scene.
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    I especially like the shot of Portland at Night, was there last summer. It is a beautiful city. Too bad the pictures were not larger.

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    some of the look not straight.
    Not sure what software you use but (for instance) in Panorama Studio you can straighten the horizon

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