Thoughts on this Pano

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by NikonD40x@Denver, Aug 9, 2007.

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is this good for my first time w/SLR and first Panoramic

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  1. NikonD40x@Denver

    NikonD40x@Denver TPF Noob!

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    I really like the colors of the sky in this one, and the horizon looks very natural. My only question is why did you choose not to just crop out the extra portions at the top and bottom when the frames didn't match up perfectly? The black empty spaces are a bit distracting, and make the seams a little more obvious.
     
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    good suggestion, I never thought of that....... how would I do that without stretching the picture or should I make the height shorter
     
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    I would just open it up in irfanview, use your mouse to drag out a rectangle including the entire picture, then drag the top of the rectangle down until you aren't including the black areas any more. Copy, paste into a new window, save, fin!

    Like so:
    http://img211.imageshack.us/img211/6748/denverpanors1.jpg
     

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