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Koh Samui taken in 2004.

I like the bend in this pano btw

So, what are you all waiting for coffee1.gif

please post yours, no need to be a pano  just water and sand biggrin.png



One photo per post, thank you.



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An area of SW Samui, not even sure that I could find again.... many hidden away "secret beaches" on Samui!


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Sit down please!!!!  Arm chair on the beach ! (Either Koh Mudsom or Koh Tan, off Samui...)

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Win, can you please explain how you made that image in post #1. Not graphic details of the stitch, how many images, how you got the curve etc ?

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if you stand in one place and take five or 6 photos starting left to right (or vice versa) and stich in photoshop, you usually end up with a curv, the point of which is the center shot where you shot straight forward

the two panos of singapore in this post are prime examples. the more photos off of center the more pronounced the curve

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if you stand in one place and take five or 6 photos starting left to right (or vice versa) and stich in photoshop, you usually end up with a curv, the point of which is the center shot where you shot straight forward

the two panos of singapore in this post are prime examples. the more photos off of center the more pronounced the curve

Does one of those panoramic heads that mount on top of the tripod fix the curve?

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if you stand in one place and take five or 6 photos starting left to right (or vice versa) and stich in photoshop, you usually end up with a curv, the point of which is the center shot where you shot straight forward

the two panos of singapore in this post are prime examples. the more photos off of center the more pronounced the curve

There is also the fisheye panoramic method. Not sure which Kan is using though.

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So, what are you all waiting for

I'm land locked or I'd be happy to. biggrin.png Will take a peek through my older collections again.

Sorry to quote this, but it has to be, from Kan

http://kan71000.wordpress.com/2010/05/17/kanchanaburi-beach/

Only extremely narrow-minded people would insist that beaches are on the coast. 100 km inland, Kanchanaburi boasts its own beach at Tha Makham, about 10km south of town. As the photos show, it has all the facilities normally associated with the better-know beaches. Thanks to Kan Win for the link.

http://www.pbase.com/win13/kanbeach

As I said all you need is water and sand to make a Beach, so no excuses now is there w00t.gif

Win in the land locked Kan with its own fresh water beach thumbsup.gif

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if you stand in one place and take five or 6 photos starting left to right (or vice versa) and stich in photoshop, you usually end up with a curv, the point of which is the center shot where you shot straight forward

the two panos of singapore in this post are prime examples. the more photos off of center the more pronounced the curve

Does one of those panoramic heads that mount on top of the tripod fix the curve?

No, they are for taking 360 degree pano photos as far as I know. coffee1.gif

Please re-read the above quote by 'candypants'

you usually end up with a curve, the point of which is the center shot where you shot straight forward

Cheers candypants for your input wai.gif

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Ban Po Beach Samui, (North end) [/b]this afternoon.... there were people there. managed to keep most out of the shot

Looking the other way!
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