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  1. #1
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    Vertical panorama

    That's the subject for our camera club.
    It took some thinking about but when I saw these two 600 year old giants I knew I had a shot, or four as it turned out.
    The three women were standing in front of the trees but moved before these shots so I cloned them back in. They are accurate for size.
    The four separate images are superimposed on the panorama which was generated in Affinity Photo.

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    Re: Vertical panorama

    Looks good, would work well hanging on a wall. (Without the superimposed shots of course).

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    Re: Vertical panorama

    Looks good except for the distortion as the trees are bent back. Have you tried using portrait mode as you may only need two images. Portrait will give you more foreground as well. Then if you want more width another two beside the first pair giving you two rows of 3 images using a 50% overlap on all images then your aspect ratio is a pleasing 4:3 unless you like the long strip exposure.

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