First Panoramic attempt. . .

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  1. drochfrd

    drochfrd TPF Noob!

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    This was my first attempt at stitching together a panoramic picture. Read about the process in one of my many photo magazines and wanted to give it a try. Would love some critiques.

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    I think you did a great job. I had to look for several minutes before I could see where the stitching was done, and the only one I can find is between the 5th & 6th bushes on the right of the house. I still can't find the other ones.

    I also love the picture. Very serene.
     
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    ive tried panoramics, i never read how to do it, just tried in photoshop and its hard! lol do u have to move the camera side to side or just swivel it when u take the pictures?
     
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    All I did when taking the shots was determine where my starting and ending points would be. Then began shooting from the right and for each consecutive picture swiveled the camera on the tripod making sure there would be some overlap on each shot.
     

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