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Old November 18th, 2017, 01:27 AM
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Beetle Rock Pano




Back when I was hiking with a D4 strapped around me I had a different method for shooting panos using high speed shooting in vertical format. This of course led to having to stitch many many frames together. Now with some of the newer tools in the later releases of LR I could actually regenerate the full image with out cropping using the boundary warp feature. This image is made up of 52 frames.

Today with my d750 I shoot only about 5-7 frame in landscape mode. The results are longer on the horizontal and shorter on the vertical but certainly easier to shoot and faster to stitch. This took about 45 minutes to stitch. The previous version took even longer and had to be cropped to trim un evenness from hand holding.
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