'panorama' Tag

  • photosynth

    January 14, 2014

    a friend put me onto photosynth. a tool for stitching images into a 3D panorama. sort of. it has a couple of downsides to it. 1 it’s a microsoft product so you’ll need a ‘live’ account thingummy and 2 it only runs on windows or some idevice. not terribly impressed with the result i got […]

  • cloisters panorama

    March 7, 2012

    a 360 degree panorama created from images taken in the cloisters (undercroft) of the university of glasgow. this atmospheric space is beneath the bute hall and sits between the east and west quadrangles. 15 14MP shots from my panasonix lumix dmc-tz18…handheld. stitched together using hugin. a great bit of software that’s cross-platform and performs many […]

  • loch long panorama

    March 4, 2011

    another panorama. 10 raws stitched using hugin.  this is loch long as seen from arrochar. turned out i had to do quite a crop as it was hand-held and wasn’t as straight as i would have liked it to be. even now it’s a bit bendy. original is available on request (7299×1477)

  • further panoramas

    February 19, 2011

    i’ve tinkered with panoramas before (see here and here) and have always used hugin. but now, thanks to rantz, i’ve had the chance to try autopano pro (linux 64 bit). seems like a thoroughly comprehensive piece of code although i’ve only scratched the surface of it with a couple of test runs. haven’t got any […]

  • loch lomond panorama

    December 5, 2010

    not the most impressive loch lomond panorama you’ll ever see but there you go. 6 handheld raws stitched together with hugin. click for a larger view.

 
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