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PostThu May 21, 2009 6:43 am 
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How about a thread dedicated to panoramas?

Since going digital that has been one of my things. After getting a couple normal shots I shoot at least one pano of most good scenes, and often do a number. Sometimes the goal is to get a sweeping view impossible any other way, sometimes it is to create a very high res. picture. It takes more time (which often drives my wife crazy) but is worth it when I get home and process the shots (they are usually the first ones I work with).

This thread is a showcase (your best pans) more than a tech discussion (although technical info on how the picture was created would be cool). Posting larger sizes would be appreciated so we can see all the detail and be emersed in the scene.

I'll start off with a vertical pan I made in Zion over spring break. Tech info: 9 horizontals, Canon Xsi, 70-300 DO, tripod mounted, stitched in AutopanoPro, full tif is 3944 x 21222, 1.4 gb
Zion Waterfall
Zion Waterfall

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PostThu May 21, 2009 1:11 pm 
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Here's a recent one I like from Ingunn on Persis

From Index to Si
From Index to Si
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PostThu May 21, 2009 2:22 pm 
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Sounds good to me... Here are my favorite two panos from our Berdeen trip two years ago:

View from Bacon High Camp
View from Bacon High Camp
Final light on Hagan and Baker
Final light on Hagan and Baker

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PostThu May 21, 2009 3:17 pm 
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Nice ones so far guys.

I like the size of Ingunn's, didn't take long to load on my DSL, but I understand Mike's concern for dial-upers. Of course if it looks too big and takes too long you can just move on to another shot.

Too bad about the blank areas on the Bacon High Camp Dayhike (what were you doing out overnight anyway  wink.gif ) that is an incredible view of some fantastic peaks. The final light on Hagan is gorgeous - doing sunset or sunrise panos like this with such a range of light to dark is tough and you did this one very nicely (I love the glint on Baker Lake).

Here is another Zion pan, 4 verticals, same camera/lens combo as my 1st shot, tif is 6147 x 2795 px, 256 MB.
Zion Oaks & Waterfall
Zion Oaks & Waterfall

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PostTue May 26, 2009 9:12 am 
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I've only had one morning to process pictures from a North Cascades ski tour this weekend, but here is a panorama from a bivy below the Sharkfin Col.
Sunrise on Johannesberg
Sunrise on Johannesberg

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PostTue May 26, 2009 9:15 am 
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Nice work, Jim! Looking forward to a TR if you post one. wink.gif

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PostTue May 26, 2009 11:00 am 
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I think that's a 5 or 6 frame'er.
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PostTue May 26, 2009 11:01 am 
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Wowowowow! up.gif Beautiful!

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PostTue May 26, 2009 11:36 am 
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Nice shot Nikon, where were you?

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PostTue May 26, 2009 12:14 pm 
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Thanks all.  That was on the southwestern face of Mount Erie up in Anacortes.
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PostWed May 27, 2009 5:32 am 
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Another one from The Forbidden Ski Tour:
Sunset from Klawatti bivy
Sunset from Klawatti bivy

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PostWed May 27, 2009 11:20 am 
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Only one I've got currently, 4 verticals shot at 18mm because my 10mm was in the shop at the time.  Gilbert Basin, Goat Rocks.

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PostSun May 31, 2009 8:10 pm 
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#1 is Cap Sante?  Nice!
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PostTue Jun 02, 2009 8:35 pm 
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Nice panos!

I've been trying to ween myself from a pano-addiction...but I can't seem to keep from taking a few here and there.  Here's a recent one of the upper Methow/Mazama valley:
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