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    Default My First Panorama photo

    This photo I took with a Pentax Optio E-50...was kinda hard to match up...but I did it....and need alot of practice. Dislike it cause uses AA batteries but is fun to use.I tried using a free on-line Panoramic software with 4 other photos I took to match up but it was not as good as this photo. I usually carry the Sony 7.2 Cybershot which is easy to store inside my pocket next to my looking glass.


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    What a great picture of your great land. it looks so vast and pristine
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    Sweet shot!

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    Nice Job! Looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolverineldy View Post
    This photo I took with a Pentax Optio E-50...was kinda hard to match up...but I did it....and need alot of practice. Dislike it cause uses AA batteries but is fun to use.I tried using a free on-line Panoramic software with 4 other photos I took to match up but it was not as good as this photo. I usually carry the Sony 7.2 Cybershot which is easy to store inside my pocket next to my looking glass.


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    Nice photo.

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    Good job wolverineldy!

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    Very Nice Photograph. Love your signature line!

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    Thanks everyone!!!!
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    Really nice job! I stitched this one awhile back, it was the only one I've stitched and I cant even remember the program I used....it was a free trial. I do editing on adobe photoshop but don't think it has this option. What program did you use? I love panoramic nature photos.

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    Thanks....I used a point and shoot camera which was a Pentax Optio E-50, have not used it since. The program I tried was the http://www.dermandar.com I do not use it anymore....does not do a good job. One of these days I will give it a try again!
    And nice job on your shot!
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