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gerrymac 10 10 1 United Kingdom
19 Nov 2007 7:46PM
Excellent panorama,very crisp........

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martin.w 16 519 22 United Kingdom
19 Nov 2007 7:48PM
Fully enjoyed the scroll across the large version Smile
RosePhoto 11 5 United Kingdom
19 Nov 2007 7:50PM
Super panorama. Really makes you feel like your standing there getting your feet wet!
trekpete 12 3 Scotland
19 Nov 2007 7:52PM
Grant pano from the moor.

conrad 13 10.9k 116
19 Nov 2007 8:19PM
We have absolutely no objections to cutting blurred Jeanies from panoramic images! Wink

Seriously, though, this is beautiful, Robert! It works so well.
richardwheel 12 217 2 England
19 Nov 2007 8:46PM
cracking pano robert
jeanie Plus
14 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
19 Nov 2007 8:49PM
Was that blurred or Brrrrrrrr'd cos it was cold????

Excellent work!
sut68 14 2.0k 76 England
19 Nov 2007 8:49PM
Great pano mate, very well stitched.

Mirjam 11 54 Netherlands
19 Nov 2007 9:07PM
Yessus Robert, this is scarily fantastic.

How come I never did see those places with that light and such calmness? Shoot, don't even think of answering that one. Smile
MrsS 11 4.5k 18 England
19 Nov 2007 10:07PM
Superb pano, Robert, not something I've had a go at yet Smile

Fran x
colin 13 697 5 Scotland
19 Nov 2007 10:26PM
Excellent image, Robert. Looks good in pano.
kaybee 14 5.8k 25 Scotland
19 Nov 2007 11:44PM

Quote:I had to cut a blurred Jeannie from the far left-hand side

It is the drink that causes that
webjam 13 292 11 Netherlands
20 Nov 2007 12:20PM
The pano is wonderful - apart from an amazing shot(s), it really portrays the feeling of that place so well.
Was so happy with my new tripod and the new ballhead with joystick grip (322RC2), but it was only in Scotland that I realized that it is almost impossible to keep the head level and take pano's..... Darn...
Sabreur 12 767 England
20 Nov 2007 1:19PM
Thanks all for stopping by.

Jacqueline - my head has a separate pan function, but that only works properly if the the tripod legs are exactly level. In this case, they weren't, and I had to manually rotate a couple of the shots before stitching.

Of course, what I shoudl have done was nick BigCol's new panoramic head from the back of his car. But it was too cold to faff about too much.
AngieLatham 13 790 2 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2007 11:32AM
have a RC on me Robart Smile

Did you haveto clone any photographers out!?
23 Nov 2007 11:48PM
Was up here today ploughing through the bogs. Pano shot works very well
Maddie 13 2.7k 2 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2007 12:04PM
looks great
BigCol 17 1.8k 1 Scotland
26 Nov 2007 1:06PM

Quote:nick BigCol's new panoramic head from the back of his car

It went all the way there and came all the way back without even leaving the box!

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