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Paquerette
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J'ai fait ce pano à partir de 6 photos prises à main levée (sans trépied). C'est étonnant comme on arrive à un résultat correct à l'assemblage sans avoir eu un point nodal identique au cours des différents shoots.

C'est vraiment un panorama vite fait à main levée...

Copyright: Arnaud chapin
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Uploaded: 11/06/2009
Updated: 24/09/2014
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Tags: liffré; bretagne; paquerette; marguerite; fleurs; france
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