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    Default The Delaware River

    Bought a Desmond DNR-120 Nodal Rail and SUPON 360 Panoramic Head to find the nodal point to do better Panos. So here are two using this kit with the EOS M3 w/EF-M 18-55mm @ 35mm

    The 1st is a 11 image pano view of Philipsburg, NJ looking over the Lehigh and Delaware Rivers
    IMG_4756-Edit-Edit.jpg by tesarver, on Flickr

    The 2nd is a 10 image of the rail bridge over the Delaware
    IMG_4767-Edit-Edit.jpg by tesarver, on Flickr

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    Default Re: The Delaware River

    Very nice colourful Pano images Tom
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    Default Re: The Delaware River

    Enjoy your new toys... both images appear to have the same subject; the bridge... Is #1 a mis-post???
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    Default Re: The Delaware River

    No1 is a 11 image pano. No2 is a 10 image pano, hence the the difference in the angle of view, sure the river is the same on both, no doubt Tom will put us right.
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    Enjoy your new toys... both images appear to have the same subject; the bridge... Is #1 a mis-post???
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    Default Re: The Delaware River

    1st image works well for me, impressive work
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    Default Re: The Delaware River

    Thanks Derek, Lee and Ian for stopping by. The 1st image is a view of Philipsburg looking across the Lehigh and Delaware rivers. That scene is bordered by 2 bridges, the left bridge is the Freebridge that spans the Delaware and connects Easton to Philipsburg for foot and car traffic and the bridge on the right is the rail bridge that spans the Delaware.

    The 2nd image was taken just focusing on the rail bridge that spans the Delaware

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    Thanks for the update Tom. Like em both, but agree with Ian No1 just wins it.
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    Default Re: The Delaware River

    Thanks again Derek

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    Default Re: The Delaware River

    both work well and good stitching

    Did you forget to convert them to mono

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    Default Re: The Delaware River

    Thanks Stan, Actually I have already converted one to BW and using it currently as by Background Photo for Facebook.

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