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I shot this on a moving ferry at sundown. It's composed of six images stitched together in Photoshop. I don't think it displays well at only 600 pixels wide -- the original is around 10,000.


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pchiap

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Registered: December 2003
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Date: Thu January 8, 2004
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Dimensions: 600 x 149
Keywords: seattle




panchals
#1 Thu January 8, 2004 12:08pm

RyanJTerrell
Thats amazing! Great work. I'd love to see it in a good wall print. So you used a tripod and a few shots to get this? How many pictures in all?
#2 Thu January 8, 2004 1:40pm

pchiap
Ryan,


Thanks. I was on vacation -- no tripod. I shot 6 images with exposure locked to the first image and a lot of overlap. Not only was the ferry moving left to right, it was getting closer to the city with each shot. As a result, I had to crop it a little more than I would have liked. Overall it turned out better than I had hoped.
#3 Thu January 8, 2004 4:37pm

beignet3
#4 Thu January 8, 2004 7:36pm

Digital-Alchemy
I would love to see a higher resolution version to futher admire your stitching work. Smile Great job, that's a fine shot and a great job on the stitching. Very nice capture.


~JoeAngel
#5 Fri January 9, 2004 3:58pm

craniac
Nice work. It must look awesome at full size. I tried this once but as I can't lock the exposure and focus on my camera it is very difficult to match the frames together.
#6 Sat January 10, 2004 8:30pm

RyanJTerrell
With Adobe Photoshop CS, there's this new feature that allows you to create a smart panoramic picture using fragmented images. Something to give a try if you plan on capturing all of the skyline like you afore menioned. I have yet to "buy" it *wink* *wink* but I'll let you know if it actually works! The feature is supposed to steamline it, and take out the tedious nature of stitching. Plus, if your exposure won't lock, then you can bring out the shadow detail, to match the other exposures.
#7 Tue January 13, 2004 5:23pm

markgoldstein
I would have preffered to see less water and more of the amazing sky, but I'm just being picky Smile
Mark Goldstein
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#8 Thu January 15, 2004 1:15pm

asasasasas11
good stuff,
ref. markgoldstein....you can crop in photoshop!!!!!!!!!!!!
#9 Mon April 5, 2004 5:57pm

drilan
appropriate format for this nice shot and I agree with the guy who prefer more of the clouds
#10 Sat April 10, 2004 12:26am

desertpea
Looks unbalanced to me - too much water and not enough sky.
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#11 Tue August 31, 2004 2:53am

ddmckinney1954
i love panoramics! Great shot even on a small scale
#12 Tue September 7, 2004 9:33pm




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