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Alport Castles

By AntHolloway
After my earlier shots from the top of the cliffs at Alport Castles, I made my way down into the area between the cliff faces and the 'Tower'. It is really strewn with boulders from the landslips and is also home to a large collection of hungry midges

This is a 360 degree panorama from 24 images in two rows for the ground, merged with a set of 12 exposing for the sky. All stitched using Autostitch, composited in Paint Shop Pro X.

Tags: Landscape Peak district Panorama Digitally manipulated Landscape and travel Alport castles The tower

Voters: graceland, jamescoates, rontear and 12 more


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graceland 18 2.6k 2 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2008 7:08PM
Great View , Great picture too ,,,WELL DONE
jdenman 14 19 5 Spain
13 Aug 2008 7:28PM
Great work, will have to try and do this some day.
John
Scott_Scot 18 4 4 Scotland
13 Aug 2008 7:41PM
Interesting bit of work, ... well done !!!


Scotty
AntHolloway 17 168 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2008 7:57PM
Cheers guys, glad to say Autostitch does a lot of the work!

Ant.
JONTHELENS 15 34 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2008 9:09PM
That is brilliant, must try it some time.

jon
AntHolloway 17 168 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2008 9:13PM
The trick is using a panoramic head, I use a Panosaurus, about 90 or so, to ensure you don't get errors on the joins of nearby objects.

Ant.
14 Aug 2008 7:44AM
Excellent panorama work, well setup and presented, is there water down in the dip by any chance.

Dougie
AntHolloway 17 168 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2008 4:00PM
Unfortunately not, but there is a pond on the other side of the 'tower' which could be useful for reflections looking back up.

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