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    Default St Michael's church, Framlingham

    Due to its location within the town as well as some trees close by, I couldn't get the whole church into a single frame, so this is actually a six-shot pano using Affinity and then converted to mono as to my eye it detracts a bit from the wonky perspective!


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    It's the bowing effect that lets it down a touch, 15mm was probably a bit too wide an angle to use...
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    Thanks for looking, Nigel. I've lots to learn still with some techniques. I realise it's a bit bowed but struggled to fix it 100% and to be honest I wasn't really expecting to. I was more interested in Affinity's ability to stitch as I'd never tried it before!
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    Default Re: St Michael's church, Framlingham

    I commend you Chris for doing what you had to do in order to get it all in. Yes, it's slightly bowed but I would have thought 6 shots at 15mm from that close up it would have been a lot worse so you've done a great job, and I actually think the slight fish-eye effect adds.
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    Thanks Alex!
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    Interesting building to look at.

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