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Lens not wide enough - why not create a panorama (free tool)

My first experience with stitching photos into panoramas/mosaics was using the Canon PhotoStitch application. It has come along way since I first used it in 1999 however, still seems to struggle with many stitching scenarios, especially if the photos are not captured panning about a perfect axis. I am sure the proper way to do this is to buy a purpose-built pan head, such as Manfrotto's 303 Precision QTVR Panoramic Head. Personally I find that too much gear to carry for most of my travel photography.... continue reading

Peter Pan did my 50 and 51 sales!

Today I wanted to right about Peter Pan, and as soon as I logged on, I've seen that 2 of my Peter Pan photos were sold as my 50 and 51 sale. Yeah! Thank you very for he who bought it.And now... The story:At the night before we payed a visit to the old city of Dubrovnick, Peter Pan and 2 of his friends came to visit the old city, while their shadow ran away.When we got there, the shadows were still playing around on the wall.Here are a few photos of them. If some one can contact Peter, let... continue reading

Do a Double Take!

Every photographer knows how easy it can be to simply pan your camera on a tripod to get aslightly different angle on a shot.I did with these two.As a result I got two very interesting takes on an incoming storm at a local beach.But have any of you who are creating 3 dimensional images every thought of doing the same thing?You can double your productivity from one set up this way! You can even simply switch between day and night to get different looks! continue reading

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