New Mexico Pano

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  1. ShutteredEye

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    I used PhotoStitch to stitch together 14 shots for this pano. The full size version is almost 28,000 pixels wide and 380mb!!:confused: :confused: :confused:

    Here's a link to a 1/8th version.

    New Mexico Pano

    First time with a real pano stitched together rather than a lazy man's pano with the crop tool.:mrgreen: :mrgreen:
     
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    That looks very nice, good stiching.
     
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    Good job :thumbup:
    I'm pretty sure I can see a few blending spots in the sky, but it's hard to tell. The stormy clouds are perfect for this.
     
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    WOW..........nicely done. I can't see the blend. Maybe if printed LARGE you could see 'em though?

    I like it.
     
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    Great Job, Great Stitching :thumbup:
     
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    Nice pano but the separate shots could do with assimilating in terms of levels brightness etc.
     
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    Beautiful work, I can spot a couple of the stitched areas and I agree with Daniel about the level adjustments but it is still very good. It looks like an incredible area to photograph.
     
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    definitely great job on this! would look great on a wall :)
     
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    Very nice looking! It looks like the exposure varied between your shots though (there's a light spot in the center). Did you have it on auto exposure? For panos you always want to keep the exposure equal.
     
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    Yeah, I thought I had it on full manual, but I had it on Av priority. DOH.
     

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