Sunset Photomerge

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  1. CMan

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    3 images put together. Taken with Fuji S700, ISO 64, f/3.5, 4 second exposure. 5336x2298.




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    Out of curiosity, how much overlap did you do? It seems like this could have been done with two images, but than again, the frame ratio probayle isn't 3:2 like 35mm.
     
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    nice sunset.

    I think I can see the point where two pictures were put together... at the point where the horizon line has some distortion, I can see it in the sky as well...
     
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    Great shot! It sure works for me...Makes me think I've gotta get off my duff and make one of them there images! Nice work:)
     
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    That is awesome! I think I can see where they've been merged, but great job!
     
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    iso64? wow, i didnt know that cameras had that, wish my d80 had that.
     
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    Yeah, unfortunately, it's there; but it's the best I could get it. I may go back and work on it some more to see if I can get it to overlap better.

    Sw1tchFX, I didn't use a great amount of the third picture, but I needed it to get the far right view.

    Thanks for all the comments!
     
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    bit of a noob question but i am very interested in how you created this, i know its all done with software but did you use a normall tripod or one that pivots on the focus plane??
     
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    One that pivots on the focus plane.
     
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    it looks very boring..... and way too dark
     
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    I think you're very boring for even taking the time to post something so negative. Get a life.
     
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    lol you're funny
     

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