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pacatc
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1/27/2015
pacatc
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I took advantage of the fantastic weather we had this last weekend to take my hiking group out for a hike in the Domelands. The Slot Canyon and the Wind Caves.
The Wind Caves

Coming up out of the wash

Here is the Video I made for it:
http://vimeo.com/117881839
And the write up of the hike as well.
http://www.ihikesandiego.com/anza-borrego-domelands-windcaves-slot-canyon/
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dsefcik
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1/27/2015
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Very Cool...! Thumbs Up

Great wide angle and pano photos, were any of those from a GoPro?
That whole area looks beautiful.

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AdventureGraham
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1/28/2015
AdventureGraham
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Great shots!
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pacatc
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1/28/2015
pacatc
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Thanks. Those are not from the GoPro though. I just use my normal camera Canon G15 ( until I can get something nicer) and use overlapping portrait shots, take them into Photoshop to stich them together and then play around with lighting and color in lightroom. I find I get much more information this way then using the pano on my phone. Sometimes I'll make several panos and them stich them all together vertically to get a much bigger image then I could do otherwise.
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1/28/2015
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Brad wrote:
Thanks. Those are not from the GoPro though. I just use my normal camera Canon G15 ( until I can get something nicer) and use overlapping portrait shots, take them into Photoshop to stich them together and then play around with lighting and color in lightroom. I find I get much more information this way then using the pano on my phone. Sometimes I'll make several panos and them stich them all together vertically to get a much bigger image then I could do otherwise.
Even though some of the built in pano tools you find in newer cameras work pretty good they still don't beat manually doing them with a good stitching software like Hugin or Autopano Giga. I used Hugin for a long time until I started doing really huge and difficult panos and got Autopano, it works really well, highly recommended!


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pacatc
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1/29/2015
pacatc
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Thanks for the heads up, I took a look at that Autopano software, it looks pretty cool, and a lot easier then taking it through Photoshop. I'll have to give that a try.
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