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Snow Panorama Jan 2019

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OK, this is a big one, so be sure to view full-size! I sent the Mavic up yesterday, and did a couple 360 degree photo series. This is a panorama of 16 shots. Photoshop usually does an awesome job with the photomerge feature, but it had a challenge with this one. I ended up having to do 4 photo-merges of 4 photos each, then had to manually stitch those together for the whole panorama. There are a couple places where you can see things didn't quite match up if you look carefully. And if you look in the very left lower corner of the image you'll see some nut out flying a drone in the arctic weather! I flew the drone about a block away so it would get my house in the scene. Thanks for stopping by, and for all your great comments and support! Rod's Lair Facebook Twitter Girls From T.N.A. Twitter Page DA Patreon Adobe Stock Portfolio My Blog

Comments (31)


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Faemike55

6:48PM | Mon, 14 January 2019

super impressive view - you did a great job with this set of images

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bucyjoe

6:48PM | Mon, 14 January 2019

way cool!

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makennedy

6:57PM | Mon, 14 January 2019

Awesome image!

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GrandmaT

7:33PM | Mon, 14 January 2019

Photoshop must have been rebelling against all that white. It hates snow, too. Super shot though.

RodS

10:22PM | Mon, 14 January 2019

Yeah, I think that's Adobe's new 'Sensi' AI.... 😆

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donnena

8:57PM | Mon, 14 January 2019

Video was great fun! I loved seeing hte snow on the branches.
and the guy who told his wife he'd shovel the drive!! ;) Super cool!!!

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eekdog Online Now!

8:59PM | Mon, 14 January 2019

I feel like a freezing bird flying above your neighborhood Rod. Darn chilly bro!

Love the drones capture your city got a good amount I see. Cool panoramicy friend. Off to see that link.

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Richardphotos

9:45PM | Mon, 14 January 2019

this frigging amazing Rod. outstanding aerial capture and composition

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goldie

9:49PM | Mon, 14 January 2019

Oh, goody...I've been waiting for this one...super job on this, Rod. I do see that crazy guy in the left hand corner :)

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Radar_rad-dude

9:53PM | Mon, 14 January 2019

Wow! Totally A W E S O M E ! ! ! A magnificent panorama, Rod! Very superbly well accomplished!

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mtdana

12:54AM | Tue, 15 January 2019

So cool your drone can do panoramas - fantastic results!!!

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starship64

1:35AM | Tue, 15 January 2019

Very impressive!

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misumu

2:19AM | Tue, 15 January 2019

Excellent shot(s), Poor Photoshop this must have been the digital equivalent of putting together a puzzle of a snowman in a snowy field of trees covered with snow. 😁

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renecyberdoc

4:01AM | Tue, 15 January 2019

awesome shot.

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hashdoc

4:37AM | Tue, 15 January 2019

Very nice image!

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anahata.c

6:31AM | Tue, 15 January 2019

duuuuude, this is beautiful. I haven't found the words for your photography, but you get this clarity mixed with what I can only call a 'film' look---your photography has that unnamable softness that one only got from film. And the tone here---a nostalgic blue-gray---is beautiful; it's almost silvery. A wonderful panorama. The quality of the trees---esp on the right---is just magical. This is a panorama, sir.

Also, I saw the video almost as this went up: I loved it. And I never knew---I mean I never knew that the drone could be controlled so well. It's just stunning how it can hover, then rotate, then move here and there, then stop, then go right next to the trees without hitting them, then pan up, etc. You must really know how to control the thing, because I can just picture it banging into trees, hitting antennae, etc. It felt like you knew this thing in and out. And the views were really beautiful, some of them amazing: to be that close to a tree top, and be able to see it in a way one never could from the ground...I loved it. (And it all ended with you on your sidewalk, guiding it home.) I had no idea all you could do with it; I guess I'd never seen it in motion...

(Btw, you can get rid of ads on YouTube if you subscribe. But it ain't cheap, so if OneDrive works for you, by all means, stay with it...)

RodS

12:49PM | Tue, 15 January 2019

Many of the newer drones - especially ones from DJI - are designed for photography, and practically fly themselves. They lock on to GPS satellites and are very stable. The Mavic Pro I'm using has built-in obstacle avoidance. I could see on the controller how close I was to the trees, and the drone will stop once it gets to a predetermined distance from the tree. Even if I push the joystick forward, the drone won't get any closer. These things are truly amazing. You still have to use some common sense, but they're really pretty easy to fly. 😁

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beachsidelegs

7:02AM | Tue, 15 January 2019

Cool picture my friend :)

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MagikUnicorn

7:43AM | Tue, 15 January 2019
Wowww.jpg
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miwi

8:41AM | Tue, 15 January 2019

Cool image!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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helanker

10:17AM | Tue, 15 January 2019

OH! GOSH!! You really did a magnificent job creating this panorama, Rod. Fun to be all over the town with this photo. I just love what you did here. It is superb !!

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Leije

10:26AM | Tue, 15 January 2019

Excellent panoramic image !

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Navi

10:58AM | Tue, 15 January 2019

Great looking pano ! Amazing what you can do with a drone :) , nicely done !

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T.Rex

2:27PM | Tue, 15 January 2019

WOW! Fantastic job piecing those 16 panorama shots together. You say you are in the lower left corner. I don't see you, but I may need a microscope. There is so much to see in this photo. Also, the photo suggests you live in a small city. My previous impression was out in the country-side (I'm thinking of the felled trees after the storm wherein you could locate the downed electric wires with the drone). Thanks for the info about GPS and distance sensing drones. In Australia they have been having problems with people flying their drones around airports, causing cancelled flights and a load of trouble. Seems like your drone would not make that possible with its sophisticated sensory and control systems. Does this one also sound like a hornets nest on steroids? A good warning for your neighbors - "Watch out! Here he comes again!" Now, I'm wondering how much that super-drone has cost you! Keep up the good work! But don't forget - there are those of us who can't access all the modern flashy software you can throw at us. :-)

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bakapo

2:39PM | Tue, 15 January 2019

I am so impressed with this! good job, good job. snow can be very pretty, but dangerous, too (it's Mother Nature's winter trick.) stay safe and warm but feel free to take more photos. :)

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goodoleboy

6:05PM | Tue, 15 January 2019

I echo all the above in their assessment of this labor or love. And as long as Renderosity dosen't change its mind, my full size view is the default on Renderosity.

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shadownet

3:02PM | Wed, 16 January 2019

Way cool!

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misty7j3

2:52AM | Thu, 17 January 2019

Awesome winter scene Rod......I likey!!

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anitalee

3:09AM | Thu, 17 January 2019

Excellent

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knupps

12:23PM | Thu, 17 January 2019

Try Microsoft ICE. Its a free software for stitching. Its free and fantastic. I use it for 360 panoramas or other panaramas.

RodS

12:38PM | Thu, 17 January 2019

I'll give it a try - Thanks, Knut!

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aksirp

4:13AM | Fri, 18 January 2019

great panorama shot from the Mavick!

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Wolfenshire

3:21PM | Fri, 18 January 2019

That's cool.

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Shutter Speed1/1700
ISO Speed100
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