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Taken on a hike with a friend in the Santa Cruz hills. Completely unplanned or posed. The sun just happened to be placed perfectly.
 

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Very nice, the best way to capture redwoods.

Thanks. I actually like panoramas sometimes just because there is a lot more to work with when cropping down to a more normal size. I used the moving scan mode on the iPhone for that one, but I also have a DJI gimble that will do a rapid 3 shot movement than automatically stitch them together. It will also perform the same movement with a 3X3 square but I don't know how much different that is than just backing the fuck up for a wider shot.
 

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I have a hard time with panos, I come from the generation of the atari joystick so I its all reverse to me, when trying to stay on the line. Down is up, up is down. I wish that there was an inverse option like there is in every console game for us old folks. Doesn't seem to matter much, I still get instantly fragged by the younger generation.
 

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There you go, even then it's hard to find the top isn't it? Last time I tried I had to point the camera straight up and couldn't get the roots at the same time. These trees are absolutely majestic.

Agreed, and those were small by redwood standards.
 

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I've never had much luck with panos, but I do admire ones that others create -- especially for landscape and such, they capture so much more and give a sense of vastness.
 

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A little lens flare on this next one but in JJ Abrams world that's a feature, not a bug.

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Plan to do some adjustments on this next one (as well as remove the wire in the top right corner, I hate that shit). I like how on one side of the tree it's overcast and on the other its clearing up.



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Nice! I especially like the first and second ones....
Thanks. Responding to your post before, what have been your issues with getting good panos? Not sure if it's related to your model of phone, but I have noticed the progression on iPhones that this feature has become an unsung hero of improvement.
 

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I have the iPhone 11 Pro; actually I don't recall the last time I tried doing a pano but it was at least two iPhones ago. I just remember having trouble getting the thing to do what I wanted and probably I was holding it wrong, too.
 

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I have the iPhone 11 Pro; actually I don't recall the last time I tried doing a pano but it was at least two iPhones ago. I just remember having trouble getting the thing to do what I wanted and probably I was holding it wrong, too.
That's the same phone I have. Most of the time people don't even think of that photo option. It's come a long way in stabilization, stitching, and cropping by default. The only obvious issue would probably be a lot of movement. You probably won't get good results with a lot of people meandering around in the shoot.
 
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