Panoramic Landscape Tutorial

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Fairlight
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Re: Panoramic Landscape Tutorial

Postby Fairlight » Mon Mar 28, 2011 3:25 pm

Very helpful. Here's mine from Quandary Peak last summer. 3 photos using Stitched. I'm kicking myself I didn't do one looking the other direction to capture the 50+ people on the summit that day!

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Re: Panoramic Landscape Tutorial

Postby mattpayne11 » Mon Mar 28, 2011 3:37 pm

Barry - great shot of the La Sals!
Fairlight - I totally agree, I wish I would have done the same when I was up there a couple of years ago. I think I was in shock! :-) A note about your pano: It looks like the sky is unevenly exposed. This is probably due to using auto-settings on your camera. Try going manual and keeping all the settings static per my tutorial. Also looks like the stitch was not blended completely. I had that problem a ton when I first started, and still do from time-to-time. Practice! :)

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