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Panorama - II

Posted by
Stephen Phillips (San Francisco, United States) on 25 August 2010 in Miscellaneous and Portfolio.

North Beach - San Francisco

One more panorama for now. Molinari's fine Salame has been produced in San Francisco since 1896 says the sign. That ad mural detail from within the detail of this panorama of one of my favorite neighborhoods.

Click here for large view: http://www.pbase.com/joyoflight/image/127455919/original

It is very fine to be working with a friend who runs a sign and graphics operation - he printed this big for me. Thanks, Erik.

510.1 megapixels - 68.8 x 14.4 inches @ 300 dpi

Note: a post change for tomorrow - inspired by our recent weather

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Alun from cheshire, United Kingdom

great views, nice one

25 Aug 2010 5:29am

Marie LC from France

Good idea !

25 Aug 2010 5:48am

JPS from Le Havre, France

Salam Alaykoum !!!

25 Aug 2010 9:01am

Anthony Morgan Lambert from Bielefeld, Germany

You should set up a postcard shop somewhere for the tourists in San Francisco,you´d make a bomb selling these panorama pictures !!!

25 Aug 2010 11:57am

cathyg from moon, VA, United States

Great view; great neighborhood!

25 Aug 2010 12:06pm

Calusarus from St Sorlin en Valloire, France

so interesting !

25 Aug 2010 1:07pm

PHIL MORRIS from Canada

Superb Panorama, you win for the best paorama. Amazing how you can get
so many fantastic panoramas where some of us never get one in our lifetime.
Great what you are doing -- the pictures are so beautiful.

25 Aug 2010 3:19pm

Sunder from Chennai, India

Super panorama...
Love the way you select and magnify stuff ...can all this be done in Photoshop ? Maybe I should learn Photoshop..
( PS: I have NO knowledge of processing and all my images are hot off the camera...)

25 Aug 2010 3:28pm

@Sunder: Photoshop and even Photoshop Elements (which I have long considered the best software value on earth) will both offer a universe of ways to easily improve your imagery and become way more creative. But there are many good free edit software packages available, too. The best thing about Photoshop is that there is a mountain of free on line tutorials for every tool it contains. Best to you, Sunder - your compositions are good and nothing will improve your work faster than a little time with one of these programs.

Céline from New York City, United States

Very original presentation ! Incredible definition !

25 Aug 2010 4:46pm

Sunder from Chennai, India

Thanks for the advice, Steve...
Yes.. you are right, will try out PS and see what happens...
Will defnitely keep you posted and look forward to constructive criticisms...

25 Aug 2010 5:28pm

kate from lincolnshire, United Kingdom

great image work.

25 Aug 2010 6:22pm

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Did you find any cheeses to go with the Salami?

25 Aug 2010 6:23pm

Ralph Jones from Detroit, United States

Outstanding resolution! It wasn't that long ago that I truly believed that the digital medium would ever come close to matching film. Boy was I wrong!

26 Aug 2010 1:35am

Tim from Ft. Worth, United States

cool series and shots. your city is a wonderful place!

30 Aug 2010 12:47am