My First Pano

SRA

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This my first attempt at a Pano. The light was horrible, partly my fault for not getting there earlier (had the whole family with me). Otherwise, I am pleased with this try. This is Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park near Moab, Utah. Mesa arch is to the left. There is a young man in a red shirt standing on it.

Hope you like it.

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Gr8Tr1x

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Stunning. Can we get a link to a larger version so we can appreciate s better?
 
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Good work Scott...Beautiful pano

Good work Robert. That middle did need the shadows area brought up. Sharpening looks good.
 
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Good job! I wish my first attempt had looked like that :smile:

As you say - a different day-time would have been good.

Cheers
 

SRA

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Hi SRA,

Congrats on a wonderful panorama. Honestly one of the nicest panos I have seen at the cafe.

I played around with your original file and was amazed at the detail you were able to capture. http://rfcgraphics.com/request/pano by SRA.jpg


Outstanding !


Regards

RFC
RFC,

Your adjustments were fantastic! Thank you very much. I wish I had more time to learn pp in photoshop. I think you really hit the mark, even if it was your first time. If you have a moment I would appreciate know how you did it.
 
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Scott, wonderful pano. Do you mind if I ask how many captures and what program you used to stich them together?
 

SRA

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Scott, wonderful pano. Do you mind if I ask how many captures and what program you used to stich them together?
Tony,

There were eight captures that were merged together in CS3. Easy process that works great.
 
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