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  1. Digital Matt

    Digital Matt alter ego: Analog Matt

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    Hey guys,

    This is the first pano I've done in a long time. This is 3 combined shots from my 50mm f/1.8. I stitched it myself in photoshop. The dimensions are 8089 x 2011.

    This is my new favorite lake, the LaDue Reservoir, which I've posted several shots from. Whatcha think?

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  2. JonMikal

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    how in the heck did you do this? geez, nice work sir!
     
  3. Digital Matt

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    I just took 3 shots on my tripod, all with the same settings. I carefully rotated the tripod left after each photo, being sure to mark a spot on the tree line that stood out so I would overlap each photo by a bit. My ball head isn't the best for doing this, so I had to tilt them slightly, but overall, it was real easy to stitch. I only had to clone one or two tiny spots.

    Thanks :)
     
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    Not having seen a photo of you i can't really comment on your "ball head" but good job of stitching the pano together. :)
     
  5. Digital Matt

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    Hehe, thanks lucky. Of course you know I was referring to the ball head of my tripod :p
     

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