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    Adelaide cityscape pano

    by Plays with Light » Sun Sep 25, 2016 5:47 pm

    Don't you just love it when someone knows they are in your shot, but refuses to move courteously out of the way for just a second. This was actually supposed to be a long exposure panorama, but I forgot to bring my remote trigger, so there was no chance today... :roll: I'll consider this a test run and go back during the week for it, maybe even with the panoramic head.

    This is a 6 image panorama shot at 24mm on full-frame, even the tilt-shift couldn't get this width of image for me with full shifts left and right.

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    Re: Adelaide cityscape pano

    by W G » Sun Sep 25, 2016 10:11 pm

    Then again Alex, shifting left & right might have rendered a straight railing.

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    Re: Adelaide cityscape pano

    by Plays with Light » Mon Sep 26, 2016 12:12 am

    W G wrote:Then again Alex, shifting left & right might have rendered a straight railing.

    How long did the Madame Tussaud's mannequin grace you with such stoic dedication and persistance? Or was it a set-up?


    Too true, Walter (about the straight rails). She was there for the whole 10 minutes I was there, photographing some Dragon Boat races being held today and she was well aware I was taking panoramic shots, turning from right to left, including her.

    None the less I will return during this week better armed for a better outcome, fingers crossed.
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    Re: Adelaide cityscape pano

    by Doug » Mon Sep 26, 2016 12:58 am

    She could have stepped into all 6 shots I suppose:)
    I wonder if you could use the shift for the rail area, with a pan each end.
    So long as there was just water and not bank edge, the pans each end would probably go unnoticed.
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    Re: Adelaide cityscape pano

    by Plays with Light » Mon Sep 26, 2016 2:12 pm

    Doug wrote:She could have stepped into all 6 shots I suppose:)
    I wonder if you could use the shift for the rail area, with a pan each end.
    So long as there was just water and not bank edge, the pans each end would probably go unnoticed.

    I never thought of combining the images from the tilt-shift and the pano together, thanks for that Doug! I will try it as an experiment when I go back tomorrow or Wednesday, depending on cloud cover.
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