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arable Land

By Laslo
A series of images into which I put the picture together, the native village Becej whether the road between the city made​​.

A fotósorozatot amibe a képet összeraktam, A szülő falum éa Becej város közötti úton készítettem.

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annettep38 Plus
6 218 40 Costa Rica
30 Jan 2012 12:08AM
when you stitch an image to gether, you have to adjust the tones and colours in each bit so that they match. That is why you get those stripes!

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KathyW 14 1.8k 12 Norfolk Island
30 Jan 2012 12:10AM
A very simple landscape and the panoramic view gives a good feeling of the vastness of the area. The single pole standing slightly askew puts some perspective to the shot, but there are no wires on the pole? I think the image would be more effective with a dramatic sky, when a shot is this simple it really needs a good cloud formation to set it off.

What software did you use to stitch the photos together? I believe the new version of Adobe CS has a very good panoramic feature built it, but it is difficult to do it well if you don't have the software... This one has obvious joins where the images overlap and it spoils it somewhat. There is a difference in exposure between the component images. The left of the picture has the best exposure.

If you want to do a similar type of image it may be worth considering a "tryptich" - 3 images side by side but on separate canvasses.
Davesumner 10 28 300 Australia
30 Jan 2012 2:45AM
Hi Laslo,

Something has gone horribly wrong with your stitching, the joins between the images don't match correctly at all. One thing that you should do when taking panoramic shots is to hold the exposure lock button down (if you have one) because the camera will adjust the exposure as you move around taking the shots and you will get the differences in the sky like you have here. Also, use a bit of software to stitch the images together, photoshop has a reasonable one built in called 'photomerge'.

Otherwise I like the simple view with the pole in it.

Hope this helps

Laslo 5
30 Jan 2012 6:51AM
Thank you for your comments and good advice. Creating a panoramic view of the very early NALLET and is not even done that. I know that I can wash up to the image edit the lines, but I have not discovered how.
In any case, thanks for the advice.
Sincerely, Laslo

Köszönöm a hozzászólásokat és a jó tanácsokat. A panoráma készítése nagyon a elején van nállam és még nem is csináltam ilyet. Azt tudon, hogy a képszerkesztóvel össze lehet mosni a vonalakat, de én még nem fedeztem fel hogyan kell.
Mindenesetre köszönöm a tanácsokat.
Tisztelettel Laslo
paulbroad 10 123 1195 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2012 1:45PM
Yes, your joints show. You must set exposure and focusing manually for good panoramas. Determine the correct exposure with a test shot. Focus on the main subject - post here. Set exposure and focus to manual, then shoot the series of images with about 1/3 overlap on these settings. You are much more likely to get seamless joints then.


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