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Panoramas

Discussion in 'Landscapes' started by LifeProofedCamera, 1 August 2012.

  1. LifeProofedCamera

    LifeProofedCamera MobiAddict Developer

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    Great pano of the Nashua River cove

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    MsDee, sdgareth, vixenscry and 4 others like this.
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    RoseCat MobiFaerie... Site Staff

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    Just gorgeous!
     
  3. Carol

    Carol MobiLurver

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    Beautiful!!!
     
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    lisamjw MobiStaff Site Staff

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    Awesome!
     
  5. LifeProofedCamera

    LifeProofedCamera MobiAddict Developer

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    And looking at this one, it finally hit me on a way to help avoid the fisheye effect: take portrait source photos instead of landscape so the individual images dont capture such a wide angle. Correct me if I'm wrong- just a thought.
     
  6. sdgareth

    sdgareth Mere nano mortal... Mobi Veteran

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    Awesome image
     

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