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I'm not that good at pans. I've never made a real panorama, where the angle coverage is very wide. What I actually made are composite images where I use a telephoto lens and make a very large image of something that could be photographed in a single picture with a wider lens.
But here are some I've done
The last one was taken with my old camera (Sony F717)
All of these were stitched manually in Photoshop. I haven't had any luck with automatic panorama software.
I can never make my big panoramics level. For panos that use 8 or more pics, they always end up not being level. I used my tripod for these, and they still end up with the horizon not being level. The program I use is part of Paint Shop Pro, it's an automatic stitch. How can I stitch it manually with Paint Shop Pro?
Here's a few more.
[img]The UT Tower was darkened here in memory of Ann Richards.
Vertical panoramic of the crane for 360 Condominiums.
And I like these "mini" panos that show the entire skyline in context.
not to be a wet blanket or anything, but if we're going to be able to enjoy this thread, we really need to use thumbnails... by the time everyone post their biggest and baddest pans...well..it'll be like looking at one of my threads... way too friggin' big, mb wise..
more on the way.. just having to re-edit a few things..
OK, I'll follow Ninja's advice and post two additional panoramas as clickable thumbnails. These are both of Birmingham from the spring of 2004, shot with my old camera. I really need to retake these with my 350D.