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On our recent trip to India, we had the pleasure of staying at Hotel Maghniwas in Jaipur. It’s a delightful little hotel, run by retired Colonel Singh and his ever efficient and friendly wife.

We sat out here, having sundowners and enjoying pakoras. I wouldn’t normally think to take a shot of a hotel, but as the sun went down, this place became romantically irresistible and I decided to pano it.

It is a seriously big image, the largest that I have attempted before. The final is around 1.7Gigs in size and I have had to reduce it significantly to upload it here.

As Red Bubble are still exploring ways to show panos in the way that they are intended, it is not going to show up the way I would like it to. You really need to view this large!

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Nikon D300s
18-200mm
NN5 Pano Head
ISO 200, 95mm, f/10, 8 secs
3 Rows of 9 images
5 Brackets HDRd In Photomatix 4
PP in PS Elements

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jaipur, india, hotel, swimming pool, water, lawn, lights, sunset, calm, tranquil, panoramic, hdr

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Comments

  • Yhun Suarez
    Yhun Suarezover 3 years ago

    lovely work Clive :)

  • Thanks Yhun!!

    – Clive S

  • Bob Culshaw
    Bob Culshawover 3 years ago

    Wow Clive – large processing issue here – 135 separate images! End result is superb. Just not possible without the pano head. Lets hope that RB give us an opportunity to display panos like this in a much better, and bigger, format!

  • Yes – it was quite large, but hopefully, worth it! As you say, the irritation is not being able to view it the way it is intended. Thanks Bob.

    – Clive S

  • Vickie Burt
    Vickie Burtover 3 years ago

    Beautiful image Clive! Another one worthy of being printed BIG!!

  • Thanks Vickie. Glad you like it.

    – Clive S

  • George Lenz
    George Lenzover 3 years ago

    great night shot

  • Thanks very much George.

    – Clive S

  • Jan Pudney
    Jan Pudneyover 3 years ago

  • Thanks Jan

    – Clive S

  • Kathy Baccari
    Kathy Baccariover 3 years ago

    April 6, 2011

    Congratulations On Your Outstanding Work From Your Hosts

  • That’s wonderful and such an honor to be featured. Thanks so much Kathy.

    – Clive S

  • Delfino
    Delfinoover 3 years ago

    What a great building, and a very nice treatment!

  • It’s a lovely place. Thanks for commenting.

    – Clive S

  • mrcoradour
    mrcoradourover 3 years ago

    CORRRR what a stunning shot Clive, brilliant detail.

  • LOL!!! My first CORRR! Thanks Malcolm. Glad you like it.

    – Clive S

  • vigor
    vigorover 3 years ago

    This is lovely!

  • Thanks so much Viv. Glad you like it :)

    – Clive S

  • John Hare
    John Hareover 3 years ago

    A true stunner here Clive! Instant favourite and very well deserved feature.

  • Thanks. Glad you like it :)

    – Clive S

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