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LOSSIEMOUTH - SUMMER ON EAST BEACH

By JASPERIMAGE    
This is the East beach of the Moray town, Lossiemouth.

This panorama measures 48" x 12" and is made up of 9 images stitched together in CS4. All images were shot in RAW, processed identically etc.

Hard work for CS4 as this process takes about 30 minutes to produce.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: tractor, Briwooly, RobboB and 7 more


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Comments


stewybill 7 42 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2009 2:46PM
Love it,must have been very difficult,lovely colours.

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Briwooly 11 452 5 England
1 Jun 2009 3:09PM
Brilliant Pano great work

Brian...............................
s800byj 9 133 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2009 3:30PM
I know that area well, excellent colours, well done. The 30 minutes processing was worth it.

Scott
1 Jun 2009 3:46PM
Stunning shot, the light is amazing.
Scott
JouŠo 12 56 Finland
1 Jun 2009 3:47PM
gets my vote.............nice pano

Jouko
1 Jun 2009 4:20PM
Excellent pano well worked but the tilt on the horizon is very off putting . May not had too much choice after it's been stiched but worth a try with free transform.
Regards Charles
oll1e Plus
9 57 2 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2009 8:29PM
very nice pano , glorious colours Smile
Mstphoto 8 126 1 Scotland
3 Jun 2009 9:39PM
Great pano. Lovely lighting and a gorgeous beach.
I use PTGui for my panos. I find thats its a lot quicker than Photoshop
Mstphoto 8 126 1 Scotland
3 Jun 2009 9:41PM
Sorry, forgot to add my vote.
JASPERIMAGE 10 55 1 Scotland
3 Jun 2009 10:02PM

Quote:Great pano. Lovely lighting and a gorgeous beach.
I use PTGui for my panos. I find thats its a lot quicker than Photoshop



I have downloaded a trial of this software and one prob I see is that it does not support RAW files which I work with. But I will give it a go. Thanks

Brian
Mstphoto 8 126 1 Scotland
4 Jun 2009 8:21AM
I normally use JPEG for my panos and RAW for everything else. I tried converting RAW files but ended up with a pano where you could see the individual shots.
In other words I'm crap at conversions.

Great Gallery BTW. A lot of weel kint places

Mike

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