360' Panorama from Pakistan showing K2 - Broad Peak - Gasherbrum 4 - Mitre Peak etc

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  1. 360' Panorama from Pakistan showing K2 - Broad Peak - Gasherbrum 4 - Mitre Peak etc

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    I took this panorama a few weeks ago from Concordia on the Baltoro Glacier in northern Pakistan, there are some slight imperfections probably from cloud movement. I struggled with the processing but it's my first 360' pano.

    I'd be glad to hear people's thoughts.
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    I've just spent the day putting a bunch of photographs from my Pakistan trip onto www.pbase.com/sanfairyanne/southwest
    I imagine this website is predominantly used by American photographers so those people may also be interested in looking at the
    ''American Southwest'' folder which contains about 100 photographs taken during a 6 month vacation in 09 throughout the four corners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sanfairyanne View Post
    I took this panorama a few weeks ago from Concordia on the Baltoro Glacier in northern Pakistan, there are some slight imperfections probably from cloud movement. I struggled with the processing but it's my first 360' pano.
    Do you have an interactive flash version of it ? Better to appreciate quality but it looks already pretty nice :D



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  4. I'm sorry what is interactive flash?

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    I'm supposing Interactive flash is a way of allowing viewers to zoom into the photograph. I'm away from my personal computer for a few weeks but will attempt to do this when I can.

    Should say I had a wonderful time hiking in Pakistan and can recommend it, don't feel Pakistan is a dangerous country the risks are exceptionally small and the people very welcoming.

    Andy
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