Lake Weatherford Pano...

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  1. BoblyBill

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    I shot this one morning with 20 individual shots.

    I liked how it came out.

    For really hi-res click on picture
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    here it is at 100%
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    WOW! That is one wide shot! 20 shots stitched must have taken the computer a long while (unless you went really to town and manually stitched!!)
    Well its a wonderful result - very clear and sharp and the colours are great! A wonderful time of day to shoot
     
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    wow chris, that pano looks amazing!!
     
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    how do you stitch water with ripples? i am asking since from my own experience it is a pain to do ;)

    nice pano!
     
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    Thanks bethy

    I match the pictures and erased, that's it. If you look closely the blurry parts in the water are the stitch points.
     

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