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    Nikon panoramas

    Lets share some of our panoramas for inspiration.

    Here is a pile-panorama vertically stitched from three horizontal frames using PTGui

    The full 6 Mb stitch can be downloaded here:
    http://www.mediafire.com/imageview.p...xlxmx2&thumb=4



    D300 ZF 1.4/50
    Last edited by Steen; 29th May 2008 at 14:18.

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    Re: Nikon panoramas

    Steen,
    You did an excellent job of stitching. You didn't pick an easy subject with all of the brick and detail. I haven't done any panorama work for a few years, so I don't have any photos to post. Would you share what gear you used?

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    Re: Nikon panoramas

    Very Nice Steen!!
    Make me want to do more vertical panorama hahahhaa

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    Re: Nikon panoramas

    Very nice vertical stitching! I've never tried that.

    I had to search around for these, the only two panos I've done with the Nikon. It's been awhile, maybe time to try it again.

    The first is a range of hills in the western part of the state, the second is along the coast across from Acadia.

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    Re: Nikon panoramas

    Lots of thanks to all of you, and Cindy I used D300 + ZF 1.4/50mm, and the program PTGui did all the stitching work automatically, it is extremely easy to use and I think it does a rather impressive job.
    So the only really weak element (apart from the photographer ) was the tiny little wobbly travel-tripod. I should have picked a more steady one for this task. Nice sceneries, Tim
    /Steen

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