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Re: Let's post some panoramas

Posted: Wed Sep 30, 2009 4:38 am
by KevinBarrett
aster wrote:Kevin;

I like the shot all the more for the barrel distortion on the doorway section of the building. That corroded metal post instated in angular fashion to the silo walls -to hold the pipes in position I guess- is a nice detail.

Yildiz


Why thank you! I liked the trans mercator projection because it looked like my favorite M. C. Escher lithograph, "High and Low."

Re: Let's post some panoramas

Posted: Fri Nov 20, 2009 10:01 am
by bakubo
This is a panorama I made a few days ago with 5 frames. It is overlooking the town of Onomichi, Japan and part of the Seto Inland Sea seen from Senko-ji (temple on top of the hill):

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Here is a larger version (480 pixels tall, 220kb):

http://www.bakubo.com/panoramas/onomichi_pano.jpg

Re: Let's post some panoramas

Posted: Fri Nov 20, 2009 1:24 pm
by Birma
Lovely picture Henry - a very detailed scene and I love the rugged hillsides with the town nestling on the slopes. Great lighting as well.

Re: Let's post some panoramas

Posted: Fri Nov 20, 2009 1:39 pm
by aster
Very neat, Bakubo. :D

Everything Birma mentions about the way the city is situated on the archepelago is seconded! Nice sky and clouds too, which probably aided the good lighting of the city, hence the well-defined details.

Thanks for sharing,
Yildiz

Re: Let's post some panoramas

Posted: Sun Nov 22, 2009 4:36 am
by pakodominguez
Chateau d'Amboise
A850 with 28-75 f2.8 (7 images stitched on Photoshop)
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Re: Let's post some panoramas

Posted: Sun Nov 22, 2009 8:58 am
by Birma
A beautiful scene Pako, and the stiching looks seamless. Nice to see some pictures from your new 850 :D How are you finding it?

Re: Let's post some panoramas

Posted: Sun Nov 22, 2009 2:32 pm
by pakodominguez
Birma wrote:A beautiful scene Pako, and the stiching looks seamless. Nice to see some pictures from your new 850 :D How are you finding it?

Hi Birma,

I like the A850 the same way I like the A700: both are very similar cameras, but the A850 is just a little bigger, outside and inside. I wish I had it last April for my trip to Peru...

Actually, I was waiting for an affordable FF since I got my first digital camera (a Dimage 7Hi) because the most of the times I use wide angles or small teles (from 24 mm to 100 mm) and that, on APS format means using a super wide angle, with all the cons that involve plus the fact that a 35mm on APS have a similar angle of view as a 50mm on FF,but it doesn't look the same -the 35mm will deform a little: I do mostly events and most of my female clients don't like that "effect".

The only problem is that I have a couple of lenses that works beautiful on the A700 and I'm not yet convinced that it performs the same way on the A850. I have to go out and shoot more, but from now until the end of the year I'll be working from Sunday to Friday at the photolab. BTW, I have to go now...

Regards

Re: Let's post some panoramas

Posted: Mon Nov 30, 2009 1:40 pm
by Johnc
bakubo wrote:Here is a new panorama I made yesterday at the Kapahulu Groin:

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Here's a larger version (236kb, 480 pixels high):

http://www.bakubo.com/panoramas/kapahulu_groin_pano.jpg


You live in the most wonderful place - been there twice and will go again.
We were lucky enough to witness the Aloha Festival in Sep06 - quite an experience.
Spent many a late afternoon in that water and still use our room view on my desktop.

Any idea why it's called "Kapahulu Groin"?

Re: Let's post some panoramas

Posted: Sun Aug 01, 2010 2:10 pm
by Ewannawe
Been a while since I did one of these. The Irish Sea from Galloway, Scotland.

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Re: Let's post some panoramas

Posted: Sun Aug 01, 2010 3:10 pm
by Birma
Very nice Ewan - love the view over the sea with the dramatic sky.

Re: Let's post some panoramas

Posted: Sun Aug 01, 2010 3:28 pm
by gio67
the Forth bridge and the Forth road bridge from South Queensferry,pics taken with my sony hx5 sweep panorama


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St.Mary,s street Edinburgh, this street is straight normally ,



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Re: Let's post some panoramas

Posted: Sun Aug 01, 2010 4:11 pm
by aster
Ewannawe wrote:Been a while since I did one of these. The Irish Sea from Galloway, Scotland.


Good coverage, Ewan. The fanning of the clouds and the shadows on the land and sea surface match nicely, also with interesting colour range.

Thanks for sharing.

gio67 wrote:the Forth bridge and the Forth road bridge from South Queensferry,pics taken with my sony hx5 sweep panorama


Hi Gio67,
You are trying someting new in these panoramas; creating more curvelinear blending from rectilinear real structures. I enjoyed the first better than the second photo for extending both vertically and horizotally, hence covering more. The only misfit in the first is the sudden vertical cutting of the clouds to the left of the sky space. There probably was a strong wind that shifted the pattern of the clouds sooner than your sequential shooting... : )


gio67 wrote:St.Mary,s street Edinburgh, this street is straight normally


Now, I wonder how it looks in reality.. : )

Thanks for sharing,

Yildiz

Re: Let's post some panoramas

Posted: Sun Aug 01, 2010 4:35 pm
by Birma
Hi Gio 67 - I like both of those, very interesting perspectives :D. I look forward to having that feature on my next Sony body ;)

Re: Let's post some panoramas

Posted: Sun Aug 01, 2010 4:43 pm
by gio67
Birma wrote:Hi Gio 67 - I like both of those, very interesting perspectives :D. I look forward to having that feature on my next Sony body ;)


do you mean nex sony body

Re: Let's post some panoramas

Posted: Sun Aug 01, 2010 5:54 pm
by dynax800si
My last panorama, 17 vertical shots at 20mm from Valencia (Spain).

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