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Cool shots, I've seen this done on the interior of the ball, first time i've seen it ontop.

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Very nice shots!!! :( I like the outdoor ones, it makes the houses look like they're perched on tiny planets floating in the sky.

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i've been doing a LOT of panoramic shooting lately...

all shot w/ nikon d70s + sigma 10-20; stitched w/ either ptgui or hugin

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omg.. those look. so awesome ><

did you stand on one spot, then take picturs around
and merge them? :)

i wanna make one ><

~dXm

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i've been doing a LOT of panoramic shooting lately...

all shot w/ nikon d70s + sigma 10-20; stitched w/ either ptgui or hugin

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omg!!! these are amazing!! how do you do them??

it may be a sin to note this here but microsfot has it's own free download (if you have a valid windows license) called ICE. i've put together about 80 images in it successfully. tried 96 but it was too much for ICE. ICE really stuggles when there aren't many details, like images of the sky. i shrank down the images before stitching them so the final image wasn't huge. fwiw.

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i found this great how-to!
http://www.flickr.co...57600232700728/

also, the hugin download page with lots of info too!
http://hugin.sourceforge.net/download/

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i found this great how-to!
http://www.flickr.co...57600232700728/

also, the hugin download page with lots of info too!
http://hugin.sourceforge.net/download/



thanks for the links, i havent tried one of those yet ! i have only done normal pano's, for which photoshop does the trick perfectly :]

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i use hugin too. these are my first panoramic shots.


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Very nice





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