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Make
Minolta Co., Ltd.
Model
DiMAGE 7i
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1/500 second
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F/8.0
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7 mm
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100
Date Taken
Sep 17, 2003, 1:50:19 PM
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Manip - Drifting in the Sky by tigaer Manip - Drifting in the Sky by tigaer
another quick manipulation piece again. did it today within 2hrs or so. actually i had just the building picture opened in PS (the complex on the right) - but this pic alone looked a bit odd and boring. so i thought about my 'above the horizon' pic and tried the same method here. i took a bunch of mountain shots, from my trip into the alps last year, and combined them. even if it looks like an ordinary photography panorama it is no one.

ps: the thing on the left marks germanys highest point. =)

so... happy viewing :)

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:iconstoupa:
Stoupa Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
look, I was at the same place;) [link]
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:iconmasterofshadows:
masterofshadows Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2006
Great job, it looks amazing. The only thing that looks a bit odd is the lack of wispy clouds in the center-left.
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TLBJohnnyAlpha Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2006
pretty feckin amazing
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:icondeadroute:
DeadRoute Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
AMAZING.
So seamless.
take a look at my work.
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:icondavie1337fablemaster:
eeh.... the thing on the left that marks germany's highest point looks 3D... anywyays, the photo-editing is top class, it's practically seamless, and lloks like a real panorama pic. congrats on a job well done.
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tyebud Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2006   Writer
that is absolutely amazing. Excellent work.
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cooper2k4 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Very nice, really good work! :+fav:

Thorsten
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Mur4sama Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2005
Any tips on taking panoramic pics? How do you compensate for the tilt? I suppose a tripod would help.
Also any tips on blending?

Thanks!
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tigaer Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
some picture manipulation skills reeeeally help there. ;) the stitching can be a pain in the ass... even with a tripod.
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alexiuss Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2005
oh, this is rather lovely!
great photography and combination!
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