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Old 22-05-2021, 10:20 PM
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Pano Stitch of Mount Lindesay

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I tried a pano of 9 portraite's at 20mm to capture the whole scene of the Milky Way streaching over Mnt Lindesay, , !
At that, i think the composition was a good one to chase. But, yes, but, I think my execution of the frames have left some undesired effects on the milky way, Or maybe I need double the frames for a better result

I know whats there but I post this image for in the hope for feedback on the points of,,,
1) Are the stitching effects obvious ?
2) Can you see any obvious distortions and/or anomalies etc in the galaxy itself ?

Thanx in advance for any feedback, ideas or advice,,,
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Old 23-05-2021, 04:24 PM
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Great stuff Bob .Me and the better half were up at O,Reilly’s last week looking out and I was actually wondering if anyone had done a shot like that.
I got caught up with the Fungi up there.
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Old 23-05-2021, 05:10 PM
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The size of the image is too small to actually see any anomalies. They might be present on the full size one
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Old 23-05-2021, 06:56 PM
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Great stuff Bob .Me and the better half were up at O,Reilly’s last week looking out and I was actually wondering if anyone had done a shot like that.
I got caught up with the Fungi up there.
Cheers Derek
Well there-you-go Derek, your instinct was correct.
Fungi Fever eh, always a good challange, good onya
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The size of the image is too small to actually see any anomalies. They might be present on the full size one
Good point, Ryan, I will aim to post some larger scale sectional crops when I find time, day or two ?
I can however see one major anomaly in the small image above, quite apparent & obvious too, happens a lot with clouds when stitching sunset/rises ect with wide lens's
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Yeah I can see quite a few stitching artefacts.... just look for the duplicates

Nice picture though, and you'd only pick those up if you knew what you were seeing or were studying it in detail.
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In the small image I can only notice subtle vertical blending lines.

What does standout a bit is the transition from edge of landscape to sky is harsh. Did you join a separate landscape to the sky? It could be softened with the blur brush in Photoshop.

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In the small image I can only notice subtle vertical blending lines.

What does standout a bit is the transition from edge of landscape to sky is harsh. Did you join a separate landscape to the sky? It could be softened with the blur brush in Photoshop.

Greg.
Cheers Greg,, not a seperate foreground, I think what your seeing is the result of 'sharpening the small Jpg for posting, it helped the stars quite a bit, maybe over done a smidge or I could mask the foreground out, plus my eyes aren't getting any younger
The full size Jpg image is near 50MB & approx 15,000 pixles wide,, reduce that for here and the stars are real soft
Appreaciate your input ...
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This is really nice Bob!
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Thanx Pete, appreciated,, the small jpg leaves a bit to be desired,, fun to do tho,,,
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