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Old 4th December 2007, 07:58   #2011
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Excellent. 11 pics?

Is there any way to use photostich without a tripod?
Photostich can be used without tripod too. IMHO try using PS you will get excellent results as compared to photostich. once I upgrade my pc's RAM I will try this in PS
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Clicked this one at Secret Lake AKA Durgam Cheruvu Hyderabad.

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Very well exposed, not an easy one to meter. How did you meter it, how much compensation?

Sunset Viewing
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Guyonblackbyx, that is an excellent image! what time of day did you shoot it?
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My Canon A520 P&S has a stich assist. I am not able to see it on my EOS 350D. Any way to do panaromas on the 350D apart from using photoshop?
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My Canon A520 P&S has a stich assist. I am not able to see it on my EOS 350D. Any way to do panaromas on the 350D apart from using photoshop?
Use a tripod, take pictures with overlapping edges. Use the software you got with your A520 and you should be good.
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Clicked this one at Secret Lake AKA Durgam Cheruvu Hyderabad.
cheers: Phew.... beautiful exposure, guyonblackybx
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Clicked this one at Secret Lake AKA Durgam Cheruvu Hyderabad.
Nice. Well shot. I like the reflection.

I was seriously thinking of bird photography.....until i found out there are no birds which wake up at 10 AM..!!!

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My Canon A520 P&S has a stich assist. I am not able to see it on my EOS 350D. Any way to do panaromas on the 350D apart from using photoshop?
Hey Mail4ajo, 350D is a SLR and it does not have a "Live View"(Live View allows us to view and align the pictures as panorama) where as in you P&S you have a live view because of P&S/Compact/Cell phone cameras come with feature for Panoramas. Hope I am clear.

But this is not same with Canon 40D. Even tough it is a SLR it comes with Live View(First Canon SLR with a Live View as far as I know). So you it may have the feature of shooting panoramas on the cam unlike 350D or other SLRs.

Using photoshop is best way to create a panoram. To get the best result u need to use tripod.
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But this is not same with Canon 40D. Even tough it is a SLR it comes with Live View(First Canon SLR with a Live View as far as I know).

I think Olympus had the first DSLR with Live view.
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I think Olympus had the first DSLR with Live view.
Exactly, but 40D is Canon's first DSLR with a Live View
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I think Olympus had the first DSLR with Live view.
Olumpus E-330 is the first DSLR with Live View.
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Oops my bad, sorry about that guyonblackybx.
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Oops my bad, sorry about that guyonblackybx.
thats fine ok with it. Chill
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Doesn't it seem like the one of the left is the 'guy showing off' and the right side is the girl 'impressed and shy' in front of her mate?

OR may be, i need to see a doc soon.
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