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It's quite cool. I had "righty" and "lefty" printed one above the other. They looked like two completely different people. Neither particularly sane.i tried this with my face as well but couldnt get anything to match...not very well anyway...
I'm nowhere near 100% happy with the ones I posted, but I do think the first one at least is interesting. Made a big mistake with the Naples one, with regards to what I had to leave out, rather than what I ended up with. If anyone is planning to go there and try to do something similar let me know.I'm yet to do one I'm happy with, must try harder
Wow, thats an impressive pano20 shots from my D750 combined to create a 25900 pixel x 3868 pixel final image. 62mm focal length, f/8, 1/800 at ISO 200 using my 24-120 f/4 mounted atop a Giottos Vitruvian CF travel tripod with a Manfrotto ball head. Hoping to talk a friend with a large format roll printer to print it at 300 DPI - there's enough detail to be worth it.
It's the Svinafell Glacier in Southern Iceland, a few miles West of the ice lagoon/beach.
none have survived the culling sorryI'm nowhere near 100% happy with the ones I posted, but I do think the first one at least is interesting. Made a big mistake with the Naples one, with regards to what I had to leave out, rather than what I ended up with. If anyone is planning to go there and try to do something similar let me know.
Just pop one or two up if you have them
Wow, thats an impressive pano
stunning image, I have one on film somewhere from over 30 years ago with almost as good light and from a very similar position. Yours is better though (he says grudgingly)I don't often shoot panos, but I'm looking to try them more often in the future.
This one was taken on Skye, looking out across the sound of Raasay. Stitched in affinity photo, couple of errors in it but didn't bother me enough to redo it.
Sound of Raasay by Iain Macleod, on Flickr
Well spotted, but I don't think it detracts.my guess this is a vertical stitched item...not too panorama but i like the wild wood effect...and i can see some branches doing a bit of separation
Which looks cool. Have to say I didn't notice it on first viewing and you have to look closely to spot it.That's right, yes.
I don't worry about such things, just the overall appearance.
Yeah correct location
Not a hotspot for photographers I can see some of that view from home