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2006-06-28
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South of Switzerland

http://www.panoramas.ch/panoramas/fullscreen.aspx?Film=camping

The weather was bad. I don't know how to call it in english (foggy, smoggy, misty)

But the panorama gives you an idea of the south part (Tessin) of Switzerland.

Regards Markus


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Quote: Originally posted by Crafty on July-02-2006


Hi Markus

Thats a stunning image, well done. How on earth do you stitch those 4 images when the aircraft must be moving hell of a lot????????

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Crafty


Maybe he was in a baloon :)

 


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He was working with his client from a helicopter.  Rather expensive project.
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I agree with smooth :) I will remember the time when I was a newbie... When I figured out how to use all those software, I promise wonderful views :)

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2006-07-02
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Hi Markus

Thats a stunning image, well done. How on earth do you stitch those 4 images when the aircraft must be moving hell of a lot????????

Kind Regards

Crafty


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Markus took the images with GREAT deliberation, frustration and consternation.  Job well done.

Dave


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While it is a nice panorama....

You would think with the amount of help offered to Markus through this forum and by forum members via messenger and ICQ over the years he would at least offer replies to his methods.

I hope after learning from others here he doesn't think he needs to offer up what he now knows! I'm also not totally sure why this panorama is in this gallery as it is not stitched with Panoweaver?

Come on Markus share and share alike mate it's only fair.

Regards, Smooth