Panoramic touch-up

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  1. soupz6

    soupz6 TPF Noob!

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    So I was on a backcountry trip in the Tetons and took this panoramic shot. Definitely showed my amateur status in the realm of photography by shooting all the shots in automatic, thereby getting a broad range in darkness/color. I still really like the shot itself and was wondering if there was an easy way to fix this so that the shots/colors flow into one another and there aren't those ugly lines at the stitch areas. Remember I am still an amateur photog with an amateur photog's equipment/software (a.k.a no software) so I won't have access to pretty systems like Photoshop.
     
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    soupz6 TPF Noob!

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    See how professional I am? Forgot to add the pic... :)
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    Just a matter of using the edit post button, no one will ever know and you avoid those annoying double posts :D ;)

    As for the shot, it looks great though the colors are a bit washed out.

    Try using an auto stitch program, if you did then get a new one.
     

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