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Coming of spring is keeping us in suspense this year. But due to cold temperatures we have clear air and chsnging light provides interesting situations. Thus we went to a nice location from which one has a good view. It was saturday before Easter and if you look closely a few bonfires and namely their smoke can be seen. After this shot sun went don wuickly and the whole area was pestered with biting smoke.

 

Canon 5D MKII with R Elmarit 28 mm - pano stitched out of 3 pictures

 

 

 

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Michael,

thanks for stopping by and your nice comment. It was a very short moment of 1 minute only.

 

Stuart,

many thanks,

 

K.-H.,

Danke für den netten Kommentar.

 

Louis,

for a bees it was a bit too cold on that day. But hopefully they are busy again now. Zhis pano was stitched with PSE only. It works well with simple panos. But sometimes I use Hugin. I am planning to buy a panorama head for rows and then only there will be needed a better program I think

 

Thanks for your feedback.

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Michael,

 

 

Louis,

for a bees it was a bit too cold on that day. But hopefully they are busy again now. Zhis pano was stitched with PSE only. It works well with simple panos. But sometimes I use Hugin. I am planning to buy a panorama head for rows and then only there will be needed a better program I think

 

Thanks for your feedback.

 

Thank you, Iduna. I am not doing much Pano, but I have the Microsoft ICE that you can get for free from the Internet! It is not bad, too!

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Jos,

when the pano is landscape where ther is a distant focus then any stitching program will provide nicde results. As soon as it comes to panos in interiors or small distances you need a nodal adapter for distortion and panning cannot be managed any more. Then one need a goo program also. But for these simple panis it works fine.

 

Ali,

 

thanks, I am happy you like it.

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