Panorama thread nr. 61 *large files*

Started Feb 2, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Panorama thread nr. 61 *large files*
In reply to David Nall, Feb 26, 2013

David Nall wrote:I don't understand why it took so many frames, as I would usually not exceed 12 to 14 vertical orientation shots for such a view. I use a full frame DSLR, so maybe that is the difference, as your sensor is much smaller, 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm). It did a great job. Dave

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View of Yosemite Valley, Bridalveil fall 4 frame vertical pano taken from the tunnel parking lot.
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Did you try the zoom tool? It holds focus all the way in... This image is 50% of the original size, the original is 1.5GB a bit large to host on line, but even compressed and resized it is still rather effective. I have single width panoramas from the same vantage and they are not even close. this is built from 5 rows of 28 images and in a format that I believe really shows it off at its best.

The original image is 69,128 x 7866px. It is more than just sensor size. This is the largest pano I have ever attempted and the first time I have shot multiple rows. I could have shot a single line, but that would never have allowed the image to retain focus to 100%.

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