Fun with panoramic shots

Yesterday I started playing around with my camera's "panoramic" mode. I'm hooked! I can shoot either in landscape or portrait. Landscape orientation gives you the standard super-wide panoramic shots. But portrait orientation gives you an awesome 16:9 wide angle shot, with a relative minimum of distortion (except up close). The image size is significantly smaller (9 MP vs. 16 MP), but for non-critical shots this could be my poor-man's wide angle lens!DSC04668.JPG DSC04670.JPG
 
Yesterday I started playing around with my camera's "panoramic" mode. I'm hooked! I can shoot either in landscape or portrait. Landscape orientation gives you the standard super-wide panoramic shots. But portrait orientation gives you an awesome 16:9 wide angle shot, with a relative minimum of distortion (except up close). The image size is significantly smaller (9 MP vs. 16 MP), but for non-critical shots this could be my poor-man's wide angle lens!View attachment 8080 View attachment 8081
they are fun....mikeDSCF3666.jpg
 

JohnVF

Administrator
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I’ve not tried many but I occasionally use the panoramic feature. This was done with my last camera, Fuji XE-1. My newer Fuji does better with panoramic shots.

It’s the ceiling of la Sagrada Familia cathedral in Barcelona

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I’ve not tried many but I occasionally use the panoramic feature. This was done with my last camera, Fuji XE-1. My newer Fuji does better with panoramic shots.

It’s the ceiling of la Sagrada Familia cathedral in Barcelona
very nice (is the Segrada the church that's still not fully built?) Chase Center, SF (6/18) DSCF3048.jpg
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Audionut

Next Round Is On Me
Yes sir!!
By any chance have you had the smaller 44 series speakers before and if so what are your thoughts in comparison to the 4430s? I’ve had everything up to the 4412s and I am looking at 4430s or 35s.
And a pano picture to stay on subject:

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