Vancouver, Pano's only!

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Went to Vancouver for 5 days, awesome weather for pictures so here they are!

This thread is panoramics ONLY, I took quite a few while I was there, and these are some of my favorites!

First few are all Infrared, taken with a modified D70, Last ones are Taken with the D300, and mostly the Sigma 10-20mm.
The pics include Vancouver and the backroute there (Spences Bridge, Lytton, Lillooet, Pemberton, Whistler and Squamish)

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Excellent panos!! Very nicely done.
Especially the tree pano! I would have never thought about doing that.

The only nitpick I have is some of the building look like they will topple. :D
 
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Excellent panos!! Very nicely done.
Especially the tree pano! I would have never thought about doing that.

The only nitpick I have is some of the building look like they will topple. :D
Ya I wasn't sure how to fix that without skewing the other buildings, So I just left it :)

The Tree pano if you ever try one like it, works best at 14mm (x1.5 crop) That way you can get 3:1 and keep just enough ground in the pictures.
 
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Wow!! What can I add that hasn't already been said. These are absolutely gorgeous! I total agree with TstarJ about learning how to make these kind of photos. Two thumbs up!!!
 
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Making a panorama is very easy to do nowadays.

Creating works of art like you have in these images is truly an accomplishment !

Congrats !
 
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Thanks again! It has taken me a couple of years to get comfortable shooting and visualizing panoramics, But now it feels like everywhere I go I want to shoot one :)
 
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Very nice. I like the one you did from Grouse, I posted one a while back too, but that was taken back when there was snow.
Ya I remembered that! Your post is half the reason I went up to Grouse Mountain! I hadn't realized that there was such a good view of the city from there.

I took the shot with my IR camera to help cut through the haze hence why its B+W. Even though I went up on a day with the least haze, it was still enough to make the pictures a little flat.
 
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Ya I remembered that! Your post is half the reason I went up to Grouse Mountain! I hadn't realized that there was such a good view of the city from there.

I took the shot with my IR camera to help cut through the haze hence why its B+W. Even though I went up on a day with the least haze, it was still enough to make the pictures a little flat.
Wow, cool. I just love the view from up there. On nice days while coming down the main run, I'll just stop and sit there for a while and enjoy. It's hard to cut down the haze. Best bet would probably to try a cold winter day.

There was one time that I went up to snowboard and the city below was covered in fog. But up on the mountain it was perfectly clear. It was like you were on a cloud castle! I'm aching to get a photo of that but it hasn't happened since.
 
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Wow, cool. I just love the view from up there. On nice days while coming down the main run, I'll just stop and sit there for a while and enjoy. It's hard to cut down the haze. Best bet would probably to try a cold winter day.

There was one time that I went up to snowboard and the city below was covered in fog. But up on the mountain it was perfectly clear. It was like you were on a cloud castle! I'm aching to get a photo of that but it hasn't happened since.
Sweet, I had a bit lesser version of that happen before. Though From Grouse it would have looked waay more amazing because of the wide field of view you can get!
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