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    Cedar Falls Hocking Hills State Park

    This shot is for Kevin (kdoc), he asked to see a pano, well this is a 7 shot pan, shot with a 16-35mm set at 21mm, f/18, ISO 50. Just after I got there it started to drizzle, however I was able to shoot a number of shots before walking out to the parking lot.

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    Re: Cedar Falls Hocking Hills State Park

    Beautiful shot Allan, very well done.

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    Re: Cedar Falls Hocking Hills State Park

    Thanks for the nod, Allan. The pano definitely works here, and I'll be following your example. Lovely shot.

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    Re: Cedar Falls Hocking Hills State Park

    Very nice! Do you use a pano head, or do you just rotate the camera on a regular head?

    I've never heard of doing panos with such a wide angle lens; is there much parallax to deal with? What software do you use to stitch it?

    Thanks

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    Re: Cedar Falls Hocking Hills State Park

    Matt: Just like any other pan, setup the same, however I usually shoot in somewhat tight spaces in Portrait as opposed to landscape as this allows me more fore ground and height in the image which I would not get in landscape ordination. As for parallax it is not a worry and stitch them in CS6 photo merge.

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