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Posted 11-27-2010 at 05:08 AM by palms

Now this feature i have fell in love with already and it wasnt a consideration for the camera ! all done in camera and really quite easy
except i messed up on the winter one, my fence isnt that skewy! funny thing though i thought i had messed up the second stitch part ! but i thought i would still include it so that you can see what a difference 18 hours makes to out weather
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    CJ Swartz's Avatar
    Wow! Looks like Spring in the first, and snowy Winter in the second. So glad that you were able to get a new camera, and am looking forward to more panos and photos of Peeps.
    Posted 11-27-2010 at 04:21 PM by CJ Swartz CJ Swartz is offline
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    amica999's Avatar
    Ain't it fun? Congrats on your new toy! I've been holding back for quite some time to get that Canon, because I didn't want to carry too much stuff around :-) But know that I use it, it's so much more fun and possibilities :-)

    And sometimes - not very often, though - I get some nice shots. Need to practise a lot more
    Posted 11-28-2010 at 05:05 AM by amica999 amica999 is offline
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    Frank Lopes's Avatar
    Keep shooting and keep panning!
    Posted 11-30-2010 at 07:56 AM by Frank Lopes Frank Lopes is offline
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    palms's Avatar
    had a couple more tries, and really enjoying it, trying all different things not just landscapes

    Posted 11-30-2010 at 09:17 AM by palms palms is offline

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