Troy wrote:Definitely better if you ask me Paul
Troy wrote:400mm for a pano! I can see why though. Wide angle pano shots often neglect the far detail, so you loose that part of the shot.
It would have been good to get a wide angle and a telephoto pano fromt the same spot.
kendalcottages wrote:The weather's not up to much here today either, I'm afraid. I do like this time of year for temperature inversions over the lakes in the mornings, though, so am going to try and get one of those shots in the next few weeks if I can. In the meantime, here's a picture I took near Ambleside the other week. I don't yet have a tripod so had to make do with balancing the camera on a rock which might account for the slight lack of sharpness.
Troy wrote:I like the wide angle panorama, there is more detail in the foreground to hold your interest. However, it's also great to be able to see the detail in the background for once.
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