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The final summit ridge
© Mr Lopez, Jul 2010
Route: ne spur direct
Climbers: Yoshi
5*VOTING: number of votes 77

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Yes, another 5, I think.
jon - 29/Jul/10
Definetly a 5, getting jealous here now....
walts4 - 29/Jul/10
Has to be in the top 10 this week, well done !
mr mills - 29/Jul/10
Great shot
Only one thing - what's going on in the rocks and slopes on the right? Might be worth re-jigging the pano...
AndrewHuddart - 30/Jul/10
Hindu. It's a stitch of 3 photos, and the one in the right was a bit out of focus or blurred from my shivering... Did my best to sharpen it a bit without making it too disparate with the other 2 photos.
Mr Lopez - 30/Jul/10
Fair enough, points for effort though! Didn't know if it was the merge that had lost the sharpness.
AndrewHuddart - 31/Jul/10
awesome photo. how and what did you use to stich it?
Ally Baba - 01/Aug/10
Ally Baba: I use a fixed setting on the camera to minimise transitions and then photoshop to smooth them out. Sometimes i use Panorama Maker to start with, but it does funny things to the images such as skewing them or rotating them, so i try to avoid it.
Mr Lopez - 02/Aug/10
Am I seeing this correctly, but the right side looks very out of focus on my laptop, which would be a shame for such a stunning image.
Sean Kelly - 02/Aug/10
Sean. See the explanation above.
Mr Lopez - 02/Aug/10
Just a thought - it could be worth running the pano through autostitch (freeware!) and seeing how that turns out; the very bottom rt looks like the problems are digital rather than optical. Just my 2p.
AndrewHuddart - 03/Aug/10
the right side of the lens in the photo is a bit frozen... thats why the distortion is there, its not photo-shopped obviously =) this is sick...
Samuelandthehawk - 05/Aug/10
Cheers for the tips, but the starting right photo really was blurred/out of focus. Didn't notice till i opened it in my computer. Here it is http://i226.photobucket.com/albums/dd137/senorlopez13/P1010809.jpg It seems that it focused on the horizon leaving the closer objects out of focus...
Mr Lopez - 06/Aug/10
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