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Old 15-05-2012, 18:49   #136
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flickr allows you to look at a variety of camera's and from there you can decide whether the pics are any good or not....I think that the exif data would be useful if you had a DSLR.
This explains it far better than I ever could......check out the link.
What is EXIF Data?
I didnt realise so much information was attached to each photo, and I never knew I had access to it. I use photoscape as my photo editing software, and upon checking a menu button I have never used before, it had an option to view the EXIF information. I dont know what I am going to do with the information but I have found the internal clock on my camera is out by one hour. Now that leads me onto another problem, I dont know how to change it, but now I know, I have to.
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Old 15-05-2012, 18:55   #137
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Off work for a week. No money spare till friday(grr monthly pay) to go somewhere. Was a bit restless and bored so I took a walk up the coppice. Not the best of ideas since it started hail stoning !

This is getting spookey, the photos you are posting are similar to some I posted recently (post103) am I stalking you, or are you stalking me?
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Old 15-05-2012, 19:14   #138
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Todays offerings address the question D.I.G posed as to why some panoramic shots are horseshoe shaped.

The shots are all the same subject, Scaitcliffe Lodge/Woodnook Water.
1. 2. & 3. photos are banana shaped and 4. 5. & 6. are more the correct perspective.

My theory is this, as the camera takes a selection of shots when panning the camera, the stitching together is done automatically internally, so any straight lines from left to right appear bent in order to combine it into a viewable photo.

4. 5. & 6. have straight lines front to back, this will probably be within one of the photos taken and when combined maintain the perspective.

Well thats what I think, I submit the photos for perusal, and observations would be welcome as to my theory.

My head hurts!
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Old 15-05-2012, 20:00   #139
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Todays offerings address the question D.I.G posed as to why some panoramic shots are horseshoe shaped.
Not sure about the theory or mechanics of the matter, but I prefer the straighter perspective. It doesn't pull the subject out & for me it's the better picture.
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Old 15-05-2012, 20:31   #140
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OOOO Especially when there was no mention of the fire extinguisher and we capture it on the same day. To find out who is stalking who; perhaps we could look at the exif data and find out the diff difference.

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This is getting spookey, the photos you are posting are similar to some I posted recently (post103) am I stalking you, or are you stalking me?
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Old 15-05-2012, 21:21   #141
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Not sure about the theory or mechanics of the matter, but I prefer the straighter perspective. It doesn't pull the subject out & for me it's the better picture.
See what you started, I think when the lines are front to back it looks normal.

I think panoramics are a compromise though as it passes through differing light conditions then tries to rationalise it. It is just a presentation of a scene, you cant be artistic.
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Old 15-05-2012, 21:23   #142
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OOOO Especially when there was no mention of the fire extinguisher and we capture it on the same day. To find out who is stalking who; perhaps we could look at the exif data and find out the diff difference.
I did note the extinguisher day, but put it down to coincidence, then it happened again with the coppice. I've checked the exif data and its you who is stalking me
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Old 17-05-2012, 18:57   #143
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Here's a couple taken over the last week or so all local stuff (here in Germany).

Achmer trg area & glider field, Hound walking area, where I go madjit drownding.
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Old 17-05-2012, 19:18   #144
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I did note the extinguisher day, but put it down to coincidence, then it happened again with the coppice. I've checked the exif data and its you who is stalking me
See........Exif data.....now you know what it is good for....being a detective.
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Old 17-05-2012, 21:38   #145
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See........Exif data.....now you know what it is good for....being a detective.

Were still waiting for your panoramic shots!
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Old 19-05-2012, 23:19   #146
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Shlept up to Five arches from Scaitcliffe Street, have to say it put my lamps out (must put that in "local expressions")
1. The remains of Highams Mill.
2. The old railway line heading for Five arches.
3. & 4. Five arches from both sides.
5. I think this is the bones of Shoe Mill?
6. Priestly Clough down in the bottom.
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Old 19-05-2012, 23:31   #147
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How green it all looks. I will try to take some pics at our local canal tomorrow- don't think i have the 3 -D option though...
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Old 19-05-2012, 23:44   #148
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How green it all looks. I will try to take some pics at our local canal tomorrow- don't think i have the 3 -D option though...
Its not 3D, its a panoramic option, and I think it is so green due to the persistent precipitations, that, and all the rain.

I await in anticipation?
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Old 20-05-2012, 12:27   #149
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True. On my phone for some reason they call it 3D hehe

Im thinking of buying a camera. I hope to have a few days in lake district next month and gonna take some pics. Any good (low priced) cameras about? my phone is a little irritating for taking pics, though the results are good.

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Old 20-05-2012, 14:52   #150
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made my purchase
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