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Steve Roughley
13th April 2008, 11:38 AM
A couple of panos from yesterday.
Trip up Snowdon, photos taken from the Pyg Track. There not of the same lake.The second one is taken higher up.
Both hand held(to much weight with the tripod).

http://www.steveroughleyphotography.com/new%20web%20site/images/snowdon%20pano2.jpg

http://www.steveroughleyphotography.com/new%20web%20site/images/snowdon%20pano1.jpg

Snowdon is the mountain in the clouds towards the right of the views.

Steve

Ian
13th April 2008, 11:40 AM
Superb :)

Are these vertical frames stitched? How many in all?

Ian

andym
13th April 2008, 12:08 PM
Steve

Stunning,what else can I say.

Jim Ford
13th April 2008, 02:29 PM
Great shots!

I like the 1st one best, with a bit of sun on the hills and reflection in the lake.

Jim

Steve Roughley
13th April 2008, 05:18 PM
Superb :)

Are these vertical frames stitched? How many in all?

Ian

Yes these are vertical frames. There were 9 in both images.
1st image at11mm and 2nd at 14mm, think they were both at f9

Steve

Barr1e
13th April 2008, 05:36 PM
Superb.

Regards. Barr1e

Steve Lane
14th April 2008, 09:59 AM
Brilliant work!

I was up there a while ago with my E-1 and 11-22mm lens, but the weather was less than kind. Thick cloud once I had scrambled up Crib Gogh. Visibility must have been just a few feet once on the summit, so no good pictures to be had!

Regards, Steve.

veggiesosage
14th April 2008, 09:27 PM
The 11-22mm is a beautiful lens, everyone should have one :D

arbib
16th April 2008, 12:09 AM
Great views,....

I am experimenting with panas myself..using the free Autostitch software

One Question...What is Horz. Angle of the first one....Did you try over 180 degrees ??..

Steve Roughley
16th April 2008, 06:26 PM
Great views,....

I am experimenting with panas myself..using the free Autostitch software

One Question...What is Horz. Angle of the first one....Did you try over 180 degrees ??..

Hmm Im not to sure how much the first one is I guess it would have been around 160. I have tried a 360 from the top of some mountains long ago seem to remember they came out ok. but I used different software then.

Cant see you having any problems with a 360. You just need an interesting area to take one in.

Steve

arbib
16th April 2008, 07:57 PM
Hmm Im not to sure how much the first one is I guess it would have been around 160. I have tried a 360 from the top of some mountains long ago seem to remember they came out ok. but I used different software then.

Cant see you having any problems with a 360. You just need an interesting area to take one in.

Steve

Yes, Thank you...That just helps imagine the how wide the original view was for you...and for me to close my eyes and imagine the orginal view too..

HughofBardfield
17th April 2008, 12:58 PM
Superb shots - you did well to find Yr Wyddfa with its summit (almost) free of cloud. I think each of the last three times I've been it's been shrouded by the time I got to the top.