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May 25, 2010


Is this multiple images stitched together or is it cropped? If it was stitched, what tools did you use?

Hi Bryan, this was a crop. However, I did take a few panoramas on this trip and may publish one or two of them here if they turn out OK. I use Photoshop CS4, and stitch them there, but it doesn't work so well unless I have a longer focal length lens like the DP2, which doesn't vignette. With the DP1, a little bit of vignetting makes it tough sometimes.

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