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Moose Lake (2nd upload - Processed in Photoshop) by Gary O Grimm

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Gary O Grimm Gary O Grimm
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87
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1.81 Gigapixels
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2708
Date added
Oct 01, 2010
Date taken
Sep 21, 2010
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This is one of the few remaining wild, relatively undisturbed, lakes in the area. I was able to load the original large 6.45 GB image into Photoshop and adjust the brightness and crop the image more compared to the first upload of this image a few days ago. Apparently the tripod was not as level as it should be resulting in a curved Gigapan image. The footing where the tripd was set was marshy and the foot may have moved as the photos were taken. I feel lucky I was able to get this usable Gigapan.


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  1. Gary O Grimm

    Gary O Grimm (October 04, 2010, 02:37PM )

    Thanks for your explanation about the "rainbow bug" Ron, I see this in a lot of my pans, but not as pronounced in some of them. Usually, If I can get the .raw photo into Photoshop the corners straighten out a lot and I can crop a rectangle without losing much. This was one was rainbowed top and bottom and I had to crop leaving some black space on both without cutting too much out of the photo.

  2. Ron Schott

    Ron Schott (October 04, 2010, 12:24PM )

    I don't think you should blame your tripod in this case. This has the classic form of a stitch affected by the "rainbow bug" in GigaPan Stitch. The good news is that the set of photos you shot should be stitchable either in AutoPanoGiga (currently) or in future versions of GigaPan Stitch (when and if they address this known bug). So no need to reshoot it, unless, of course, you just need an excuse to get back out there again. ;-)

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