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Glen Etive from top of the slabs
© A Crook, Jul 2006
Route: Spartan Slab (VS 4c)
Climbers: Duncan Hassell
Camera used: olympus mju 720 wp
Date taken: July 2006
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20 image pan using PTGui stitcher
A Crook - 19/Nov/06Report
Good (Ive given it 4) but too much distortion for me - kinda loses the feel of the slabs.
If its a 20 image stitch - are they in one long line, or tiled?
David Hooper - 20/Nov/06Report
The photos are in 3 sperate lines with some taken to fill in the gaps. The distortion is due to it being a full 180 degrees horizontal by 120 degrees vertical. And as UKC does not support philosphere veiwing it is a necessary evil. I had a choice to; distort the slabs, distort the horizon ( a big inverse U or warp the horizon (thus loosing the height of the mountain opposite. I pluped for the first one as you can see as it looked the best. but take your piont.
A Crook - 20/Nov/06Report
Super image, I really like the way the distortion of the slabs draws your eye down into the photo and then across to the mountain opposite. Well done.
stuart100 - 20/Nov/06Report
I love the FOV you should get a fisheye lens. I've given it 5.
dr evil - 21/Nov/06Report
Brill photo man just trying to work out which stance it is, the one after the overlap?
andymoin - 26/Nov/06Report
Its the 4th stance 2nd after the overlap.
A Crook - 26/Nov/06Report
Excellent photo, the distortion works for me!
Phylis - 27/Nov/06Report
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