My First Panorama/Stitch Attempt

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  1. pugnacious33

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    I was just experimenting. I have to admit, this opens up some cool possibilities.

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    Hey,
    Great picture, i was just wondering though, i have seen and heard the "stitch" technique thrown around on here and i was jsut curious, what is this techniqe? and in the photo were yousuing a wide angle lens?
     
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    This is my first attempt, all I did was create one large new pictures document in my photo editor, then copy and pasted each image as a new layer. Then positioned them so that they matched and cropped the unclean edge. Required very little touching up. Here is what Canon PhotoStitch came up with. I like the picture better, but it will require alot of cleaning up of the merge point, which I haven't done yet.

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    i like this it looks like where the bridge merges it is just a blob i would try and sharpen that up, and merge the sky together.
     
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    Here it is cleaned up, sharpened and saturated just a bit:

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    great panorama shot, the third attemp seems great. I did a similar shot of another bridge.
     
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    the last one looks great!
     
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    great photo-:)
     
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    I like the third one partly because of the much nicer blue sky :)
    that bridge looks familiar somehow I think I have seen it in a movie or something lol where was it taken?
     
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    would this happen to be the bridge to dauphin island?
     
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    This is the new bridge over the Bay of St. Louis, in South Mississippi. Hurricane Katrina wiped out the old one.
     

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