Train Project

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  1. fraggleroxer

    fraggleroxer TPF Noob!

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    im working on a photoshop project for school (media class). we have to combine 3 pictures into one... please tell me what u think. do u think i pulled it off?
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    http://www.s95003690.onlinehome.us/train.jpg
     
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    yeah i spose but I dont really see what your gaining from combining them and theres quite alot of distortion in the middle between the junction and the path.
     
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    You would be better off taking a few photos of a stationary train.
     
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    exactly. It's impossible to get a "panorama" of a moving subject :)
     
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    well, i got an A on it, because everyone else in my class is not very creative....but, ya i should fix it up
     
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    Sounds like a challenge! :) Besides, fraggleroxer's panorama looks nice except for said few glitches!
     
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    <G. Baily>Whatta know about that!? </G. Baily> I does look nice!
     
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    Actually it would have been an interesting panorama to show a long stretch of train (say 5 or 10 cars) with each car sitting at exactly the same spot in a train crossing...
     
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    heh it would be but it may be possible with... continous shooting... hmmm I have to try it :D
     
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    multiple cameras maybe? Besides, they do have cameras/lenses specifically designed for panoramic photos
     
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    thats what it was...the camera was at the same spot
     
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    Oh yeah, you're right. I didn't even notice because the third was tilted a bit and the final panorama doesn't show foreground details.. If you could find a sneaky way to have the same foreground repeating along the length of the train I bet that would look cool...
     

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