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slothead Gold Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his generous support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014   Frederick, US  Nikonian since 12th Aug 2009 Sun 20-May-12 12:25 AM
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"Panorama Test"

I just posted this in the Panorama forum, but I don't know how to refer to another forum/thread so I'll repost the image here (sorry Mods - I would appreciate any help to avoid this in the future).

Anyway, I used the V1's 10-30mm lens at the 10mm position and took a one-row, 4-image pan of our backyard and processed in PS CS5.1. The exposure was done in P-mode (I know, I know...), and since it was handheld with no pivot-point control, I had to crop out the foreground because there was no way it would blend.

Having said all that I am VERY pleased how well it all worked and I will look forward to the opportunity to fine-tune my process and prepare to use it in future travels we are planning later in the year. Thanks for checking this out.

D800, D750, and a handful of lenses.

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