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La Fete Tamagawa
Image Title:  La Fete Tamagawa
 
 By: Roger Williams  
  Copyright ©2003
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Photographer Roger Williams  Roger Williams {Karma:86139}
Project N/A Camera Model Voigtlander Bessa L
Categories Cityscape
Film Format
Portfolio Panoramas
Lens 21/4
Uploaded 12/4/2003 Film / Memory Type Fuji Superia 400
    ISO / Film Speed 0
Views 1274 Shutter Forget
Favorites Aperture F/8
Critiques 3 Rating
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About Two of the problems of stitched panoramas are evident here. Widely different exposures needed at different parts of the shot, and \"ghosts\" where people moved in the area of overlap between adjacent shots. This was made from four separate shots using my 21mm lens, and commercial \"PixMaker\" software.
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There are 3 Comments in 1 Pages
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Tomasz Sarna   {K:1778} 12/15/2003
Very good crop, nice coposition, I like it!
regards

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Roger Williams Roger Williams   {K:86139} 12/5/2003
There's a fair amount of work that went into this one, Roger, to bring it even up to this level. This was taken last year, and my PaintShop Pro skills are a little better these days. I intend to go back to this astonishing site and take another series when we get to the bright, clear cold days of mid winter. It's about the only time of year we can count on getting some blue skies once in a while. Usefilm pixel limitations make it hard to show panoramas at their best. [wry grin]

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Roger Cotgreave   {K:15892} 12/5/2003
it seems to work at this size roger...there is a way of fixing the exposure via channels in PS....looks good to me, regards roger

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