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Bobitybob

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Home of the Lady Wufruna
Name
Bob
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L0n3Gr3yW0lf

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Somerset, UK
Name
Ovi
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It's been quite a long time since I've tried to make gigantic panoramas using the Brenizer Method. This image is made of 48 pictures with about 25% overlap on the vertical side and 33% overlap on the horizontal side, at 180mm f 2.8. The field of view is approximately 46mm f 0.71 in effective value and 495 Megapickles Ricks. I haven't noticed any stitching errors which was a suprise to me for a first attempt (after a long time of pause and lack of practice) and using the automated Panorama stitching in Lightroom Classic CC.

I can't wait to do more, get wider field of view (35mm and wider) and shallower effective depth of field (less then f 1.0). I don't care about the raw data (megapixels) as much as I do about the perspective of the final image, going to downsize the images anyways for more manageable editing and storage. This panorama took 4 hours to stitch (the laptop mostly was stuck for hours with no real usage, I think it's some kind of bug in the process that's been there for at least 10 years, but only for larger then about 160 MP output).
 

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