Sockholm

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  1. Froggy

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    Hello everyone,

    Went in Sweden for 2 weeks, so here're some panoramas.


    .: panorama (3 shots)
    Church square
    [​IMG]


    .: panorama (4 shots)
    Marina
    [​IMG]


    .: panorama (3 shots)
    Stockholm
    [​IMG]


    .: vertorama HDR (2x3 shots)
    Old town street
    [​IMG]

    You can see them in original size on my Flickr gallery :)

    Enjoy!
     
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    These are really nice. What lens did you use to shoot the last one? I feel like I'm standing right there in the photo because you got so much height as well as depth in it. My favorite of the set is the first one though - love the composition and all the lights. Great work!
     
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    Wow; Love the shots. What are you shooting with?
     
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    Wow. The lighting is realy nice in your shots.
     
  5. Froggy

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    Thanks eveyone :)

    With a standard Canon EF-S 18-55mm. Actually, that's the only lens I have and... it's definitely bad for panorama shots (it makes a lot of distortion). I'm looking forward Christmas to getting a new one :lol:

    This is my fave too. It's presently in my living room haha :mrgreen:

    I have got such a cheap equipment for what I do.
    A tripod (whithout panoramic head), a Canon 450D with a Canon EF-S 18-55mm, an UV haze filter and a PL-C polarizer.
    I don't use often the polarizer but I used this for the "Stockholm" shot.
     

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