A&P 1st panoramic attempt

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  1. Kamekaze v.OT

    Kamekaze v.OT New Member

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    Kamekaze v.OT New Member

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    This is view from the yard just outside of the caves at Stags Leap in Napa. Not a bad place to enjoy a glass of wine.
     
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    Kamekaze v.OT New Member

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    Any c&c is welcome, seeing as the is SOOC other than putting them putting them together, but I haven't done much landscape stuff so I didn't really bother with much pping
     
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    goten2000 Tupac's Son

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    how many shots is that?
     
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    doesn't really LOOK like a pano shot
     
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    Kamekaze v.OT New Member

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    Just 2

    I didn't have a tripod to I used the flatest base I could, flipped the camera so it was portrait oriented and took 3 images. I had a punch of trouble getting the 3rd to stich on successfully so I just left it at 2. the widest lens I have right now is your old 28-75 so thats the only way I could take a wide shot :hs:
     
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    Stag's Leap wine is :bowdown:
     
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    adamlewis88 New Member

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    Well there you go. Even if the pics lined up perfectly, youd have a 1:2 image (3x6). A landscape oriented 3img pano would be 2:9. Would LOOK much more Panoramic than what youve got here.
     
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    you could take that 'panoramic' photo at 10mm with a single shot
     
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    not panoramic enough
     
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    You can crop it so that it will look more panoramic, other than that it looks like one normal picture taken with a non wide lens.
     
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    Panoramic? Are you sure?
     
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    Kamekaze v.OT New Member

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    I got to do a tasting of the S.L.V. and F.A.Y. from stags leap in the caves followed by a pretty incredible dinner. It was a pretty awesome time.
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    Less noise and more focus FTW. :wavey:
     
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    Kamekaze v.OT New Member

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    word, just posted the picture for the content, was taken balanced on the edge of a table inside of a barely lit cave at the 4th wine tasting that day.
     
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    Just messing...I'm glad you're continuing to post pictures and where you're at looks rad. Have fun man!
     
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    Kamekaze v.OT New Member

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    The fun is already done, back home to drink lonestar and bourbon again :wtc:
     
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    this. looks like someone snapped a photo at 18mm on a crop camera.
     
  20. forgotmyname

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    Example of Pano.

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    I think all of you are missing that while this may not 'look' like you want a pano to look, it contains 3x the data of any single shot you could take.. So while you can't see the benefit of shooting like this at 800x1200 pixels, at 4' x 6' it would look fucking sick.
     
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    Kamekaze v.OT New Member

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    I've been thinking about how this might look hung up on my wall.

    did some editing to the picture, can't figure out if i like it or not...

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