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    My first panorama

    Mostly posting this just to share, but C&C is always welcome. This was 5 pictures stitched together in Photoshop Elements using the Auto option. This is the first of 5 sets that I took. This one worked well in stitching. Two more that I tried have slight "cracks" in the stitching so I'm working on fixing those.

    My first panorama

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    Re: My first panorama

    IMO this works a lot better than if you had used a wide focal length to capture the scene...

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    Re: My first panorama

    Nice first attempt.

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    Re: My first panorama

    Thanks Richard and Bobo. This was a long exposure before sunrise. It was part of my weekend photography class. You know, since we were there specifically to take a panorama, I didn't even check to see if my 18mm would have gotten the whole shot.

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    Re: My first panorama

    Terri, the Garden of the Gods is a great place to begin. I grew up in Colo. Springs and would love to go back and photograph there sometime. Your photo looked very nice when I clicked on it and made it larger. Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: My first panorama

    Is that Garden of the Gods? If so, would that be Pike's Peak in the background? Nice Panorama!

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    Re: My first panorama

    Thanks Chuck for the compliment. I am looking forward to revisiting Garden of the Gods many times. There are a lot of photo opportunities there.

    Yes, Frank, that is Pikes Peak. I also have a few shots of Pikes Peak framed by these rock structures in Garden of the Gods. They aren't all that great but I really look forward to returning when there is snow on Pikes Peak to try again.

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