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:nice: Where did you take that?


Its Riomaggiore a fishing village in the "Chinque Terre" or Five Villages on the italian rivera I went there for a week break when I was studying in england last semester. Completly gorgeous I think it is the most beatiful place on earth.. I tried a bunch of panoramic pictures on my trips but they all turned out choppy when I stiched them together Im really glad this one turnned out.


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my first attempt at panoramic photography using photoshop:

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I put up a gallery of my panoramic shots.

http://rectormsw.googlepages.com/panoramicgallery

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B wrote:
I put up a gallery of my panoramic shots.

http://rectormsw.googlepages.com/panoramicgallery


I had a hard time displaying photos the way I wanted on this page, so I deleted it.

My pictures are now up here: http://broadperspective.wordpress.com/

After I deleted the old gallery, I had all these pictures just sitting around on my computer doing nothing. I decided to get them up on flickr where people could find them, use them, and/or enjoy them. After that, making a WordPress blog and turning it into a gallery was pretty easy.

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I have a couple pretty cool ones on my other computer. I'll get them in a bit.

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Here are a few from my trip to New Zealand:

This one I had blown up and dry mounted for my brother (and I'm thinking about doing the same with the other two):
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This one's not great, but I took it as part of a job I was doing with the university:
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PhilPritchard wrote:
Here are a few from my trip to New Zealand:

This one I had blown up and dry mounted for my brother (and I'm thinking about doing the same with the other two):
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Yeah, these are nice.


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