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Long Island Farmer's Market by Tom Lauwers

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Tom Lauwers Tom Lauwers
Explore score
72
Size
0.24 Gigapixels
Views
7363
Date added
Aug 31, 2007
Date taken
Aug 26, 2007
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A roadside Farmer's Market in the north fork region of Long Island (about two hours east of New York City).


Gigapan Comments (2)

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  1. Tom Lauwers

    Tom Lauwers (October 31, 2008, 06:23AM )

    Whether to keep stitching artifacts or throw them out is a philosophical question. From the point of view of creating a single composition, it's probably better to try to remove them as much as possible. From the point of view of showing movement and change in a still image (something which I like in some of my gigapans), it's better to keep them. I downright like some of the 'mistakes' in this and other gigapans.

  2. Tim Dellmann

    Tim Dellmann (October 31, 2008, 12:11AM )

    sorry, but PLEASE get more training on the stitching process. there are a lot of mistakes. look, you stitched a mans arm to the poor girl standing at the roasted sweet corn sign. and what about the car in the front.....???!!!! keep going and better luck next time

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