Panoramic?

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  1. FuryofNature

    FuryofNature TPF Noob!

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    I attempted to take multiple photos of one room and stitch them together manually to get a fuller view of the room. Although it didn't line up the way I had hoped, I thought it was interesting.
    I this an effective method in revealing the space to you, the viewer. Or should I stick to photo stitching software?
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    _KA

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  2. LaFoto

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    No :D !!!

    Leave this one as it is!
    This is an interesting variety to the orderly stitched together panoramic photos.
    Has some more "collage-characteristics" to it, but it works fine with a band's rehearsal room, I think! Kind of "cluttered" photo of a cluttered room... works fine by me! I like it!
     
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    Ditto to what LaFoto said!

    I like the photo-collage lots. It looks lifely and dynamic. The multiple perspectives give it an artistic, cubism-like look. And it does reveal just enough of the room to keep your inner eye busy putting everything in place. I say keep it. :)
     
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    fury!!! this is BADASSS!!!!!!

    NEEDS TO BE ON THE INSIDE OF A CD COVER!!!!!

    great workdude!
     
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    I agree!!! :thumbup:
     
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    Wow....that photo is amazing. I wish I could do one that complex!
     
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    Thanks guys. I was really unsure about it because it doesn't line up.

    I'm glad it works and I hope to try it again.

    _KA
     
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    it looks very good, especially the joints. only thing the software could have over your collage so to speak is the idea of tinting theprints differently so as to actually see the different pictures, in your they kinda melt into one another which is great but i liked that efffect a bit better.

    but in the end it remains kick ass! :D
     
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    Cool beans.
     
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    this is very neat!!! I don't think lines ALWAYS need to be straight, it gives it personality when it's a bit off I think =)
     

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