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    Default 3 panos from the Swift River on the Kancamagus

    Headed up to Bretton Woods to get some shots yesterday, and then down into North Conway and then back home by way of 112.

    I don't know the name of the spot, but it's the big rocks where everyone usually hangs out on the small falls to relax.

    Shot 3 panos there...

    Enjoy

    http://mosscreekmedia.com/pano/2009/0414/kanc1.html

    http://mosscreekmedia.com/pano/2009/0414/kanc2.html

    http://mosscreekmedia.com/pano/2009/0414/kanc3.html

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    they make you feel like you are standing out on the water

    can you work on the sound and a soft cool breeze
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    Sound yes, I've been looking for a good stereo recorder to carry, to capture ambient sounds.

    breeze, just put a fan on your desk

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    These are awesome Kirk. Definitely some of my favorites of all your panos. Felt like I was standing out in the middle of the river like Charlie said. This is one of my favorite spots too.
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    Amazing photo. I am really blown away by this picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donnellyvj View Post
    Amazing photo. I am really blown away by this picture.
    I hope not - you will get wet if you move an inch.
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    Great photos, that is one of my favorite spots to go to up there. We've had such great family vacations swimming and picnicing by the falls. I'm really longing for it now....

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    Lower Falls, maybe? Great pics. I can smell the balsam. I miss NH. Thanks for the quick trip home, Kirk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spyboy View Post
    Headed up to Bretton Woods to get some shots yesterday, and then down into North Conway and then back home by way of 112.

    I don't know the name of the spot, but it's the big rocks where everyone usually hangs out on the small falls to relax.

    Shot 3 panos there...

    Enjoy

    http://mosscreekmedia.com/pano/2009/0414/kanc1.html

    http://mosscreekmedia.com/pano/2009/0414/kanc2.html

    http://mosscreekmedia.com/pano/2009/0414/kanc3.html

    Kirk
    Cool cool cool.

    For those who might not be aware, shift point usually zooms in and cntrl zooms out. Same appears to be true with these. Fun to zoom into the details.

    I am curious how you do these with zero tripod shadows????

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    You can also use the mouse wheel to zoom in/out

    Tripod shadows are removed in photoshop

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