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Old 04-18-2010, 05:40 PM
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I tried the "panorama" feature on my little Sony Cybershot for the first time yesterday. It is simple to use, just push the shutter button and swing the camera slowly as far as you want to shoot.

Here's a shot of the Babock Vineyard in Lompoc, CA:

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John, that is stunning. I'm not much a photographer, more of my wife's cup of tea, that is an amazing picture.
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That's really cool, John. That feature alone would make it worth the cost. Now I'm wondering how I can use that feature in my research. Hmmmm.

Great picture. Where's the wine? Seems a shame to show a vineyard without a bottle of the stuff, enticing us!
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John, that is stunning. I'm not much a photographer, more of my wife's cup of tea, that is an amazing picture.

Russell,

Some people here my say that my photographic skill rival many dead people. However, this picture by John is so much better than anything I could ever. take.

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... this picture by John is so much better than anything I could ever take.
Believe me, if you can hold a button down, and hold the camera steady while turning, you can take shots like this (maybe better) with this camera.
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Believe me, if you can hold a button down, and hold the camera steady while turning, you can take shots like this (maybe better) with this camera.
John,

You are speaking with Mr. Shaky hands.

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Great picture John!
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Great picture. Where's the wine? Seems a shame to show a vineyard without a bottle of the stuff, enticing us!
A Day In Wine Country
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Those were some great pictures. Am I correct in assuming that all of the horses lying down were drunk from the wine?

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Am I correct in assuming that all of the horses lying down were drunk from the wine?
No, they're just like baby humans, all they do is eat, sleep, play, and poop.
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