Share your giant panoramas!

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Okay, I thought we'd do something fun. The mission in this thread is to share your monster panoramas at full size. That makes image hosting a bit tricky; I've managed to squeeze my samples onto Google Picasa -- it actually cut one down, but it's close enough. Thumbnails here, click through to Picasa and hit the zoom button for pixel peeping awe.
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4-5 shot stitched image taken with E-P1 and 17mm 2.8.

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This should be a fun thread. I love panoramas..too bad they are hard to print. Though I do have a printer with a paper roll...
 

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phrenic said:
This should be a fun thread. I love panoramas..too bad they are hard to print. Though I do have a printer with a paper roll...
Phrenic just volunteered to print all panoramas! ;D lol jk

I don't think I've ever done a pano actually.

Lie

I did one on SOs Sony nex. But that's it!

I'll hafta do one up!

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Promit: Is that JHU ?
Yes. Went to school there, started a company there, and apparently I'm back in school there while also working for them. A disturbingly large part of my life, all told.

Don't forget to link to huge versions, guys! I love the images but I want to see them blown way up :biggrin:
 

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Phrenic just volunteered to print all panoramas! ;D lol jk

I don't think I've ever done a pano actually.


- Eliot
lol I'll let you know if I ever figure it out...the paper cutter is still sitting in a box. :tongue:
 

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My first stitched pano. Salt Lake City in February. University of Utah in the foreground and the Great Salt Lake in the distance.

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well you asked for giant panoramas.... this Amsterdam shot is 16 pictures stitched together, file size is 617 mb, size 216cm x36cm.
Its actually work in progress as I have to do some more work on the sky area
It was made by taking a picture walking 20 paces and taking another, till I reached the end of the street, funny things happen though, the foreground moves in relation to the background, so had to do a lot of retouching in photoshop to remove ghost images. Yes the buildings are that shaped..

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Good stuff! I'm hoping to get a bunch of pano shots when I travel to Italy and Morocco in the summer - not quite sure where I'll hang them if I get a few nice ones, as I recently ordered a bunch of huge prints from the Antarctica trip and a night time long exposure shot of Cape Town (all shot with a 5DII). Stitched panos printed up huge are some of my favorite types of shots.
 

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View from porch at Biltmore at Ashville, NC. 3-image pano w/14-45

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How about vertical? Met museum on Saturday... with 20/1.7


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I'm not a panorama shooter, but decided to try this one.
Panasonic G1 and Kit Lens (14-45mm)

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