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Old 25th August 2009, 22:16   #6286
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Well here is one close up, not yet a macro..haha
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Pretty crisp close up.

Here is a Panorama.
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Old 26th August 2009, 00:38   #6287
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Pretty crisp close up.

Here is a Panorama.

Damn! this is good stuff mate..
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Old 26th August 2009, 14:58   #6288
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Pretty crisp close up.

Here is a Panorama.
Yeah, let's move on to Panorama ;-), here is one from my side, stitched from around 10 photos and a quick curve with sharpening for PS.
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Old 26th August 2009, 15:59   #6289
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All those who are posting Panorama's - Are you guys using a Tripod for pics, I am asking as i tried to shoot a few shots with my P&S handheld & I couldn't get the images at same level.
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Nope, I didn't used a tripod. Just moved my camera with a single movement (left to right) and clicked away. But yes, tripod will be a better bet. Normally better to click many overlapping shots(kind of halfway form previous frame) in vertical mode. That gives you more opportunity of overlapping..
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Old 26th August 2009, 17:19   #6291
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Hmm I just couldnt get the stitching done in one of the software's that I got a trial version of. The height simply didnt match. Could you suggest an easy to use software?
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I'm using Canon's software that comes with any Canon camera.. If you don't have canon then get the software from some of your friend who have canon. It works fine for me. And as I said use it in vertical mode and with tele settings (wide angles will be bit too difficult if not impossible) to merge.
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I have Canon (A540) but lost my CD :(
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Old 26th August 2009, 18:27   #6294
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Hey buddies,
A long time back, I was asked by many of you about how I do my color to black and white conversions, so I put together a small tutorial for the same. I have gained immensely from this forum and i feel really nice about returning the favor as well!



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All those who are posting Panorama's - Are you guys using a Tripod for pics, I am asking as i tried to shoot a few shots with my P&S handheld & I couldn't get the images at same level.
For me photoshop works great.

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Old 26th August 2009, 18:39   #6296
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@guyonblackybx
I love that pano shot u made...simply fantastic!

and a pano from me too
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Technocrat,

I have seen Kalyan Varma use Autopanopro and it works like a charm. Try it. It does a great job even if the shots were taken hand held.


TG,

Thank you for that tutorial. Gotta scan my old images that could potentially become great B&Ws.
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Old 26th August 2009, 19:02   #6298
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@Tg- thanks for sharing the tutorial

@hellwrath- Cool Thanks i will try it out

@guyonblackybx- oops, didnt check earlier. I have CS4, I will try it out.
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@Technocrat:- Try HUGINS, its a free software, was suggested by TSK1979, its very easy to use and the results are very good.
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Thanks Deky Will try out that one too

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