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 Post subject: Le Blavet, Pontivy.
PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2012 7:57 am 
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Hi All,

This is a panoramic I took last year while on holidays in Brittany.

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Love it and would look great printed on my wall!

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Forgot to ask this morning if you shoot with a manual head or a robotic head?

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UK Pano wrote:
Forgot to ask this morning if you shoot with a manual head or a robotic head?

This pano was taken before I discovered or understood the benefit of a Pano Head. I was using a rail mouned on a ball head to get close to the nodal point.

Some times I'd just do it by hand too. This one was shot by hand.

BTW one of my pictures got accepted for Panobook 2012. One of my 3 submissions was my very first panoramic taken with my Pano Head. I'll know which one, when the postman arrives with my copy!!

Thanks again guys for your support.

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Lol! If that is the case then you had a superb eye for pano's! Congratulations on getting into the 2012 panobook as well for your first pano. Looking forward to seeing it :)

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Great !
I remenber wel lthe test done. What a result... Perfect reflec of the feeling you can have there in the early morning fog.
I've really to stay a bit more in Britanny...

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Love the atmosphere too !

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