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  • ChicagoPhotoShop
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    thanks alot for all the nice comments. much appreciated.

    here are some pics from a Museum in Rome....nothing special, just walked around and shot some pics.

    Part 1
    http://www.chicagophotoshop.com/foru...ead.php?t=2894

    Part 2
    http://www.chicagophotoshop.com/foru...ead.php?t=2895

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  • subduck
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    Those pictures are really amazing! I was in rome a few months ago with my girlfriend (she's from Naples), it was really great. I'm heading back this August for a couple more months.

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  • Joe Gronlund
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    Great Pictures...

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  • Dream
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    Very nice, I'm happy for you Chicago some day I'll go there too.

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  • simsim
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    Originally posted by ChicagoPhotoShop View Post
    are you into photography? maybe you should consider coming over to my forum you can learn alot more then just pano's.
    Yeah, I've been into photography for a long time, but unfortunately never made it far to actually start learning it.

    Thanks for the invite, I would love to join your forum.

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  • crud2009
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    WOW! You have know sparked my interest into going to Rome. You looked like you had fun and those images are amazing.

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  • ChicagoPhotoShop
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    Originally posted by simsim View Post
    Cool. I was always at the impression that these panoramas require a tremendously skilled photographer to produce. I guess these stitching programs are up to something.

    I'm subscribing to this thread. Waiting for the panos!
    are you into photography? maybe you should consider coming over to my forum you can learn alot more then just pano's.

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  • simsim
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    Originally posted by ChicagoPhotoShop View Post
    I wouldnt even go that far. just look thought the lens and match up your photos starting from left to right...make sure your horizon is the same and have some overlap between photos. the pano software will then match them up and stitch them together. its fun

    I'll take a pano soon and post all the photos used to give you a better visual to what I mean.
    Cool. I was always at the impression that these panoramas require a tremendously skilled photographer to produce. I guess these stitching programs are up to something.

    I'm subscribing to this thread. Waiting for the panos!

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  • ChicagoPhotoShop
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    Originally posted by simsim View Post
    I see. So it's a fine motor skill rather than technical or photographic expertise? I guess using a tripod would make producing them easier.
    I wouldnt even go that far. just look thought the lens and match up your photos starting from left to right...make sure your horizon is the same and have some overlap between photos. the pano software will then match them up and stitch them together. its fun

    I'll take a pano soon and post all the photos used to give you a better visual to what I mean.

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  • simsim
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    Originally posted by ChicagoPhotoShop View Post
    you mean panos? this is the only one I got unfortunately. I do have many from Chicago however seen here..

    http://www.chicagophotoshop.com/foru...ead.php?t=2786



    not really. you just need to line up the photos as you shoot them. its takes a little practice, but not really that hard. the software I use, pano maker pro, does most of the work when stitching them together.
    I see. So it's a fine motor skill rather than technical or photographic expertise? I guess using a tripod would make producing them easier.

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  • ChicagoPhotoShop
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    Originally posted by simsim View Post
    Terrific! Don't forget to update us with the other ones when they're finished.
    you mean panos? this is the only one I got unfortunately. I do have many from Chicago however seen here..

    http://www.chicagophotoshop.com/foru...ead.php?t=2786

    Originally posted by simsim View Post
    Just a small question, are these panoramic shots hard to produce, both in production & processing?
    not really. you just need to line up the photos as you shoot them. its takes a little practice, but not really that hard. the software I use, pano maker pro, does most of the work when stitching them together.

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  • simsim
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    Originally posted by ChicagoPhotoShop View Post
    thanks! yup, I was able to get one..this is made from 7 photos using Pano Maker 4 Pro

    http://www.chicagophotoshop.com/foru...ead.php?t=2710



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    Terrific! Don't forget to update us with the other ones when they're finished.

    Just a small question, are these panoramic shots hard to produce, both in production & processing?

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  • Floris
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    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/3531333872/

    Does anybody have the link with all 5 of these shots - the originals?

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  • ChicagoPhotoShop
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    Originally posted by simsim View Post
    Magnificent photos!

    Did you make panoramic photos? I love'em.

    thanks! yup, I was able to get one..this is made from 7 photos using Pano Maker 4 Pro

    http://www.chicagophotoshop.com/foru...ead.php?t=2710



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  • simsim
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    Magnificent photos!

    Did you make panoramic photos? I love'em.

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