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Shropshire Panoramas

By GarrathE
It not very often that I don't do at least one panorama when 'out in the wild' with my DSLR. This is taken above Church Stretton and is about 270 degrees in rotation. It is the first of three I took as we moved west across the Long Mynd towards the Stiperstones.

Tags: Panorama Digitally manipulated Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature

Voters: Metalhead, jeb2012, DeSilver and 5 more


Metalhead 12 1.9k 2 England
20 Dec 2010 11:59AM
I admire the effort but it may just be that little bit too wide to be effective, especially with the EPZ audience. Smile

I do like panoramics though. What did you use for stitching? AutoStitch and Hugin are my preferred choices for freebie software.

Good effort all the same.

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CarolG 13 199 20 Greece
20 Dec 2010 12:18PM
V.2 for me, love the cloud formation and the presentation, I find V.1 too thin. Carol
achieverswales 9 8 101 Wales
20 Dec 2010 12:19PM
Numer 1 and 3 is to narrow for a Pano, number 2 is not far off.

Have a great Christmas


20 Dec 2010 1:45PM
As has been said, basically too long and thin. Nicely constructed generally but need to be seen at a much larger scale and for me they do not work on this site. V2 works best here. I do like the way V1 has been constructed but it just needs to be BIGGER.
LynneJoyce Plus
11 22 101 United Kingdom
21 Dec 2010 4:24AM
I would have uploaded them in a different order as the thumbnail for V1 is not inviting (think of the click factor). They are very cleverly stitched together. I note you haven't enabled modifications just in case I tinkered with them!
Lillian Plus
10 23 17 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2011 5:15PM
Have to agree here Garrath, they need to be larger, but what I can see has been well put together, and what a scene to see

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