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Old 20-04-2012, 18:41   #31
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Re: 3D Panoramic Pics

The advantage is being able to post the pics in their native format without having to spend time editing them.

Is your external hard drive Seagate
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Old 20-04-2012, 19:30   #32
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The advantage is being able to post the pics in their native format without having to spend time editing them.

Is your external hard drive Seagate

WD.300GB.
Have to say I like to edit my pics, bit of cropping bit of colour tweaking can make all the difference
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Old 20-04-2012, 21:13   #33
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Oh if you like to edit them to improve them. That is different. Though I cant get why you would want to crop a panoramic picture, kinda defeats the object.

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I say. Is it seagate because they are often known for "click of death"

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Old 21-04-2012, 09:21   #34
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Oh if you like to edit them to improve them. That is different. Though I cant get why you would want to crop a panoramic picture, kinda defeats the object.

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I say. Is it seagate because they are often known for "click of death"
I don't crop panoramic, but I do with other photos, but it is possible to lighten up or darken as required and colour enhance if required.

I have no information on Seagate so don't know the "click of death"
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Old 21-04-2012, 11:30   #35
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If you hear the clicking sound on a seagate external hard drive start worrying about the data stored on it.
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Old 05-05-2012, 20:27   #36
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Waddled up the coppice today, four panoramic shots ;


1. Half way up coppice facing Huncoat, the line of trees in the center of picture is the main drive into Accrington Cemetery.
2. Hameldon Hill round to Baxenden.
3. Baxenden down to Accrington.
4. Baxenden round to edge of Huncoat.

As a point of reference in the last two pictures, the row of houses with trees lining the Avenue is Avenue Parade.
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Old 06-05-2012, 00:09   #37
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Looking after my nephew and niece this weekend. Been to Blackpool Pleasure Beach. Been taking panoramic pics
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Old 06-05-2012, 00:14   #38
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Old 06-05-2012, 11:38   #39
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Thought I'd add to the collection.

Sound of Islay from Bunnahabain across to the Paps of Jura, Cullen Bay Grampian, Dunivaig Bay Islay Lagavulin Distillery, Harwich Harbour pier & lifeboat station morning, Harwich Harbour pier & lifeboat station, evening with Hook ferry arriving.
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Old 06-05-2012, 11:45   #40
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Thought I'd add to the collection.

Sound of Islay from Bunnahabain across to the Paps of Jura, Cullen Bay Grampian, Dunivaig Bay Islay Lagavulin Distillery, Harwich Harbour pier & lifeboat station morning, Harwich Harbour pier & lifeboat station, evening with Hook ferry arriving.
Great pics Dave, hadn't realised the Paps of Jura were quite so pap-like! Would love to be in that neck of the woods for the Islay fest at the end of this month. One day...

Love the Harwich pics too, had some great cruise departures from there, I just love looking at the harbour etc from the deck of a ship.
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Looking after my nephew and niece this weekend. Been to Blackpool Pleasure Beach. Been taking panoramic pics
Nice pics, I see you are getting the hang of it now, I noticed in peopled areas sometimes the stitch together gives them four legs or two heads, but you have to really look for it.
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Old 06-05-2012, 13:19   #42
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Sound of Islay from Bunnahabain across to the Paps of Jura, Cullen Bay Grampian, Dunivaig Bay Islay Lagavulin Distillery, Harwich Harbour pier & lifeboat station morning, Harwich Harbour pier & lifeboat station, evening with Hook ferry arriving.
Were these done on the Casio (5mp)?
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Old 06-05-2012, 14:33   #43
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Thanks Sue,we did the Islay thing 2 years running but in late Summer so missed the Feis Isle, The paps photo was taken from the garden of the "Old Distillery managers house" at Bunnahabhain in which we stayed. Yes Dave, all with the old Casio 5MP.

As you will notice, most are themed around the Coast of UK, probably something to do with my background. But the occasional land locked view slips in. As to the quality, it's down to the camera not me, although old it was in the upper range at the time of buying, it's turned out some good pics & is still doing sterling service now.

A few further shots, Achmer training area Germany water obstacle, Loch Fyne Argyll, Saddleworth moor Lancashire to Yorkshire, Yeoman hey reservoir viewed from A635 Holmfirth road, Tarbert kintyre Scotland.
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Old 06-05-2012, 22:38   #44
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I have seen the several heads effect.

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Old 06-05-2012, 22:46   #45
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I cant match the exotic locations of late, but here are my set for the day;

1. Leeds Liverpool, left, Riley's swing bridge, right, Clayton.
The rest chart Hyndburn Brook as it travels through Dunkenhalgh land from the edge of Church, toward the edge of Rishton
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