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My little bit of paradise Continued...

foveonfan

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Hello all!

As promised, here is my third version of the same hut. This was last autumn. All three are 2 frame stitches. If you look closely in this one, you can see some of the leaves in the trees moved by the windy weather prevalent that day.

I hope Klaus forgives me as the file is a little larger, being a panorama of 2 frames, as I want the blurring leaves to show.

Sincere regards, Jim Roelofs

Discover the light on your journey.
 

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tc95

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Wow...I love the trees....and the setting....This place looks awesome....

On another note, if you added some fog and night sky...you could have one heck of a creepy movie....LOL

Thank you for showing us your get-away...

Tony C.
 

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Hi Jim,

a nice shot again! :)

If you had not told, I would not have noticed that this is a stiched panorama. It is done most perfctly ... I would say.

Did you use Adobe photomerge?!

See you with nice pictures

Klaus
 

foveonfan

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Hi, Klaus!

I never use stitching software. Since my early days of stitching, I found that (because I specialize in large wall prints) the file sizes are usually quite large (in excess of 1GB) and as a result, the stitching programs I tried (including the one in PS) would either "fall over" or take too long (for my liking) to complete the command.

In other words, it's quicker for me to do it manually and as a bonus, I maintain full control over the entire process. ;)

Sincere regards, JR

Discover the light on your journey.
 

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Hi Jim,

This year I did a lot of work with panorama tools, which I find more and more fascinating. They can do much more than just in-line horizontal panoramic views .... however ... I am running out of topic here in your nice thread ... I am going to show a few examples in another thread.

Hava a look
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... if you like! :)

See you with nice pictures

Klaus
 
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