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Panoramic Shots

I like to shoot panoramas. Unfortunatey there are not many possibilities to do this. As usual you have to be in right place in the right time and have tripod ready, good lighting, calm weather and good cup of coffe. It takes time tediously move camera bit by bit and hope that alingment is good and the tripod leveled. But when you come home and load all these pictures in stitching software, after some processing time you can get something new that normal camera can't do in one shot.

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Panorama New York City St. James Church, Toronto. Oka Park Sunset Clouds Bluffers Park on Sunrise
Trees Cattle Lake Forks Of The Credit Road Sunset Lake Huron
Mont Tremblant Village Panorama of Montreal Panorama of Montreal #2 Mont Megantic Mont Megantic Park
Lake Huron Stormy Weather B&W Mazinaw Rock Lower Mazinaw Lake Sunset on Lake Huron
Rain Is Comming Sunrise on Buckshot Lake After The Rain Highway 27 Fields Before Sunrise First Rays
Toronto Skyline Good Morning Toronto Toronto Before Sunrise I See The Sun Panorama