Scenic Pano

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  1. woodsac

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    Same little fishing hole. I took this while I was on the water. Hand held. I took 11 shots, but this pano is from 3. A small one to fit on the screen and a bigger one to show a little more. Original size is 6348x2054.

    This is the southern end of the Eastern Sierra Mountains. Mt. Whitney is just to the south (left) of the photo. Mt. Whitney is the highest point in the continental US 14, 491 ft.

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    wow nice pano :D .... i love the way that the water is so still, making the reflection so crisp, how could you fish? i'd be to busy looking at the scenery ;) the colours seem so fresh!

    laura
     
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    smoking scene, and brilliant shot/s,, love it! Hand held?? I have never done a pano.. some day I will try, but I didn't know you could do it without a very level series of tripod shots., cool.
     
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    Simply Awesome!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    This. Is. Just. Wonderful. :shock:
    Awesome.
    There is no other word.
     
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    Amazing!


    That has to be one of the most beautiful pictures I have seen in a LONG time.
    I LOVE IT!! :drool: :heart:

    Great job!:hail: :hail: :hug::
     
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    Beautiful shots Woodsac ! Really nice colour and cool looking mountains in the bg.
     
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    Awsome, great stitching job as well.
     
  9. woodsac

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    Thanks everyone. Raymond, I recommend a tripod, but obviously you don't have to use one. Just make you sure you overlap your shots and include a little extra in the shots. Take a couple of each frame just in case ;)
     
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    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Stunning scene and great saturation.
    Nice work jake! :thumbup: :)
     

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