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Oak Creek Panorama - View at "Large" or "Original" Setting

Sedona, AZ

This panorama is made up of 4 horizontal images and a small amount was then cropped from both the left and right hand sides. Each image had about a 30% overlap. I have a level on both my tripod and my ball head which allows you to lock the ball and pan. It is one of my first attempts at doing any panorama type image. I have been a severe critic of panoramas that are just a slot shot with no regard to composition. This may suffer in that regard as well, but I thought the variety of little waterfalls in various spots would keep your eye moving. How many separate waterfalls can you count?

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Reflections by Ruth12-Jun-2007 23:42
beautiful work Fred
Nick Powell07-Nov-2006 19:36
The panoramic format is often neglected by phtographers, this image is a superb example of the format. Nick @
Guest 06-Mar-2006 07:31
I think you have done an excellent job with your panorama, Fred
Besati19-Dec-2005 10:26
Very nice composition, Fred, and a beautiful scene for a panorama.
Guest 05-Dec-2005 23:49
Wonderful job with the panorama. What a beautiful place! Did you meet up with Derek while you were there :)
Guest 27-Nov-2005 05:12
It is very good that the photo is Amalgamation!!!!!!!!!
Guest 24-Nov-2005 07:22
i counted 21 falls!! do i win anything? :)
i like you have not done a pano for awhile now (i think since i started photography). :))
what stitching software did you use...pretty good. can't see any obvious stitch. aside from that, the environment suits the whole pano thing because it would be quite hard to pick out the stitch(es) anyway.
uniform exposure....great job.