Pano of Lago di Chiusi


Photo Information
Hand-held camera on monopod. This a panorama of Lago di Chiusi.South Tuscany.A cold day with beautiful and strong colours.Hazy light with strong contrast.Early morning.3 pics stiched together in Pentax RZ-18.Panorama mode.It's an In Camera stiching mode while taking photos!!!I was born in this place and this is the scene I always look at when I'm visiting my parents that live here (I only open window...I took this photo from my parents' terrace house).
13/01/2012 - 07:24GIULIO57
CategoryLandscape / Travel
Shutter Speed1/800
Aperturef/4.4
LensN/A
ISO160
Focal Length9.5mm
Views/Likes67/0

actech12

Link Posted 13/01/2012 - 07:47
You lucky bugger! I would not want to leave.
Dave
Always blame the equipment!!!!

steven9761

Link Posted 13/01/2012 - 10:44
Giulio - excellent pano!! I like experimenting with panoramics, as some of the shots go from seperate mundane shots, into something more eye-catching. Great view you captured there!!

CMW

Link Posted 13/01/2012 - 15:57
Wonderful: all those shades of green and brown offset by the blue-grey of the lake
Regards, Christopher

ChristopherWheelerPhotography

tyronet2000

Link Posted 13/01/2012 - 16:23
Lovely shot, would like to see it full size
Regards
Stan

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autumnlight

Link Posted 13/01/2012 - 16:59
I love the colours and clarity, i don't know how to stitch but the result is beautiful, you have lucky parents !
Kind regards Maria

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Maria-Gray-photography/589310071158079?ref=hl

steven9761

Link Posted 13/01/2012 - 17:16
autumnlight wrote:
I love the colours and clarity, i don't know how to stitch but the result is beautiful, you have lucky parents !

Maria - simplest way to make a stitch is if you have Microsoft's Windows Live suite installed on your pc. In Live Photo Gallery, you have options to do this. At the moment, I'm still at work, but if you would like to know more, PM me here. I can then send you some instructions (and some photos to practice on!).

GIULIO57

Link Posted 13/01/2012 - 19:38
Hi Mary and thanks for your comment.I would like to live there rather than in Florence. About photo-merge Steven is right. This is my first photo-merge showed in PUG. Till now I had used CS5 of Photoshop.However something strange occurred a few weeks ago when I bought RZ-18. To merge 3 capture no software is required...is the camera that stiches 3 captures together. You work in Panorama mode and camera asks for direction of shooting: left or right. I clicked on right. First capture.Camera shows a flag and you have to match subjects of this flag "with subjects of the next second photo...and so on till the third". Then camera automatically resize and final capture is the merge at 2MB resolution. I used a monopod only! Done in a few seconds.Buy RZ-18!!
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Last Edited by GIULIO57 on 13/01/2012 - 19:40

autumnlight

Link Posted 14/01/2012 - 12:47
steven9761 wrote:
autumnlight wrote:
I love the colours and clarity, i don't know how to stitch but the result is beautiful, you have lucky parents !

Maria - simplest way to make a stitch is if you have Microsoft's Windows Live suite installed on your pc. In Live Photo Gallery, you have options to do this. At the moment, I'm still at work, but if you would like to know more, PM me here. I can then send you some instructions (and some photos to practice on!).

Thank you Steven for that info, i really thought it would be more difficult than that, i am going to have a go.
Kind regards Maria

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Maria-Gray-photography/589310071158079?ref=hl

autumnlight

Link Posted 14/01/2012 - 12:51
GIULIO57 wrote:
Hi Mary and thanks for your comment.I would like to live there rather than in Florence. About photo-merge Steven is right. This is my first photo-merge showed in PUG. Till now I had used CS5 of Photoshop.However something strange occurred a few weeks ago when I bought RZ-18. To merge 3 capture no software is required...is the camera that stiches 3 captures together. You work in Panorama mode and camera asks for direction of shooting: left or right. I clicked on right. First capture.Camera shows a flag and you have to match subjects of this flag "with subjects of the next second photo...and so on till the third". Then camera automatically resize and final capture is the merge at 2MB resolution. I used a monopod only! Done in a few seconds.Buy RZ-18!!

I bet that was a good surprise and much easier than i thought, thank you for that info Giulio, but i won't be buying RZ-18 not as yet anyway, i'm still getting to grips with what the K7 can do
Kind regards Maria

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Maria-Gray-photography/589310071158079?ref=hl

GIULIO57

Link Posted 14/01/2012 - 17:49
autumnlight wrote:
GIULIO57 wrote:
Hi Mary and thanks for your comment.I would like to live there rather than in Florence. About photo-merge Steven is right. This is my first photo-merge showed in PUG. Till now I had used CS5 of Photoshop.However something strange occurred a few weeks ago when I bought RZ-18. To merge 3 capture no software is required...is the camera that stiches 3 captures together. You work in Panorama mode and camera asks for direction of shooting: left or right. I clicked on right. First capture.Camera shows a flag and you have to match subjects of this flag "with subjects of the next second photo...and so on till the third". Then camera automatically resize and final capture is the merge at 2MB resolution. I used a monopod only! Done in a few seconds.Buy RZ-18!!

I bet that was a good surprise and much easier than i thought, thank you for that info Giulio, but i won't be buying RZ-18 not as yet anyway, i'm still getting to grips with what the K7 can do

K7 can do A LOT!!!
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GIULIO57

Link Posted 14/01/2012 - 17:50
Thank you All for comments
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Inspector

Link Posted 17/01/2012 - 18:42
very nice !

GIULIO57

Link Posted 18/01/2012 - 16:19
Inspector wrote:
very nice !

Thanks a LOT!
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