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    B&W Panorama from Sedona, Arizona

    Believe it or not, this is my first stitched composite. When I captured the three handheld photos with the idea of stitching them, I had no idea if any of my software actually provides that capability. (Fortunately, it does.) The scene is viewed from the Broken Arrow Trail in Sedona, Arizona.

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    B&W Panorama from Sedona, Arizona

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    Re: B&W Panorama from Sedona, Arizona

    It's worked beautifully, Mike. And it's proof that you can shoot in the middle of the day and get good results.

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    Re: B&W Panorama from Sedona, Arizona

    Very nice lights, Mike. I like it. Nice composition as well. Cheers...

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    Re: B&W Panorama from Sedona, Arizona

    Yes very nice photo. And that's why I love B&W photography; you can get some awesome shots in the middle of the day.

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    Re: B&W Panorama from Sedona, Arizona

    Very, very nice pano. Job well done.

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    Re: B&W Panorama from Sedona, Arizona

    Not much wrong with that for a first try.

    I bet you're pleased as punch.

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    Re: B&W Panorama from Sedona, Arizona

    Thank you, all! I agree that B&W is more forgiving than color photography when the light is not ideal. This photo doesn't work nearly as well in color.

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