Bryce Canyon pano full screen zoomify

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    Really nicely done, what did you use for your stitching? Besideses a lot of time? ;)

    Awsome reds and the little trees really give it a sense of scale.
     
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    I agree great stitch I cant even see where you blended them. Must have taken a long, how large is the file?
     
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    Wow! That is a really awesome picture, or rather, awesome collection of pictures. That must have taken a really, really long time. Excellent images, and excellent stitching. So, excellent work!
     
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    The 8 bit tif is about 500MB
    Thank`s a lot for your friendly critiques
     
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    I used a 5d, a 24-70mm 2,8 (@70mm) a Gizo tripod and a self build pano head.
    ( to be honest I`m not very happy with it because it is not very strudy and so I had to corecct many things so I ordered a (hopefully) better one)
     

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