A couple Ginormous panos from the Adirondacks

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  1. chakalakasp

    chakalakasp TPF Noob!

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    Shot these on my trip through the Adirondacks this October. The second photo is of Whiteface mountain; the first is shot near Au Sable Forks, New York. The truck in the lower right of the first one is starting to bug me a bit, but I hate to use the clone tool for anything other than dust.

    New York/Vermont/New Hampshire is amazing during the fall!

    Click the images below to enlarge to super-hugeify-size. :) Courtesy of Flickr.


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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    That's an impressive area! Very beautiful.
    And I am ALWAYS impressed with panos. Always. Since I can't do them...!
    Well, yes about the truck, and no. Took me a while to really get what you meant, it is so far on the side...
     
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    If you don't want to clone out the truck then just crop it out. it's so on the far end it won't lose much in such a large pano... I like the first one best.. that is WIDE!! Good stuff.
     
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    I like them both. Beautiful!
     
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    what type of lens do you use to take panoramics?
     
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    I would, but then I'd lose some of the mountain cloud blowoff, which is one of my favorite parts of the shot. :)
     
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    I think this one was with a 70-200 2.8 at 70mm. I orient the camera vertically and then shoot; this was 13 or 14 pictures, I think. Actually, I didn't even tripod this one -- autostitch (the pano stitching program I used, which is free BTW -- give it a google!) doesn't seem to care if you tripod or not.
     

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