Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by coughlin's law, Mar 14, 2008.
moved a little closer...
sigma 10-20 @ 20mm
I can see two distinct lines
white balance kills me!
PS them out - not that hard.
if you enjoy shooting panos, i'd recommend a pano mount.
I'm running dry on ideas to shoot
I've never seen CS2 leave stitching lines like that before. I've used CS2 and now CS3 for all my panoramas and it actually does a mask of each picture/layer and blends them quite nicely.
Going to Florida for a week in April. Can't wait to take some panoramas of the beach / ocean.
photomerged in cs2 with advanced blending;
Advanced suckage .
we all gotta start somewhere
Looks better. Did you use the flash or something? Those weeds are lighted weird.
I forgot to insert sarcasm ... This could be salvaged if it was shot RAW . The foreground def needs some love .
welcome to the club
Ouch you guys are harsh.
The other one was better. Everything in the foreground here is quite boring and there is a lack of overall light.
The stitching is better though.
Both lack a point really. I usually find that if you're going through the process of making a panorama, there better be a damn good reason for it, and I'm not seeing that here. Why do we want to see a really wide picture of whatever this is? It's also not working out too well because like others said it's really dark.