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post #16 of (permalink) Old 07-15-2005, 03:01 PM
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manually pasting pano together:



using Autostitch:
Exactly!
When shooting pics for a pano, you must remember to include a lot more of the peripheral scenery as well as some extra sky and ground. That way, when you eventually crop the picture, you won't have a pano that is 18 inches long and 2 inches tall!



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post #17 of (permalink) Old 07-17-2005, 09:13 PM Thread Starter
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North Kananaskis Pass.
This is an impressive pass...where is the access point (trailhead), PackRat?

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This is in Cape Scott at the sand neck where you can see both sides of Vancouver island.
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You can access North Kananaskis Pass from the North Interlakes Day Use parking lot between Upper and Lower Kananaskis lakes.

I went out with the Calgary Outdoor Club and we camped at Forks and did day trips from there up to the North and South Kananaskis Pass'.

Great trip! More pics here:
http://calgaryoutdoorclub.fotki.com/1180/
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I will add a few of mine. These are along the skyline trail from strawberry flats to camp mowich.



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I'll give it a go as well...

Sentinel Pass

Sulfur Mountain

Table Mountain (Mt. Baker)
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Up in Manning park:
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Great photostitch, RockHopper! I especially like the field of blue flowers in the lower left corner.

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Here are 2 from South Korea:

1)
Outside the building - sports time in the evening.

2)
Changdeokgung Palace in Seoul

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There are 8 shots in this Garibaldi Lake pano.



Black tusk (4 shots).



Deeks Lake (4shots).

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does anyone know if you can photostitch pics up/down, instead of just left/right, right/left??[8)]

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With my Canon Powershot I can...so I'm sure that others can, too. I'm not sure how I'd angle the camera (it seems to have only two directions: left and right, not up and down) but I noticed that function on my computer screen when I photostitched today. Odd.

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does anyone know if you can photostitch pics up/down, instead of just left/right, right/left??[8)]
When I last tried it with autostitch, it didn't work very well for me; I was trying to stitch together several shots to make this pano:


also available at full-size at
https://www.clubtread.com/images/phot...burlyGiant.jpg
or in this thread:
https://www.clubtread.com/sforum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=10479

It failed miserably until I rotated the individual images onto their side, made the pano, then rotated it back.

I haven't tried with the latest version though...
( www.autostitch.net )

My canon software allows for left <--> right, or up <--> down alignment, but it doesn't do quite as nice a job as autostitch.
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With my Canon Powershot I can...so I'm sure that others can, too. I'm not sure how I'd angle the camera (it seems to have only two directions: left and right, not up and down) but I noticed that function on my computer screen when I photostitched today. Odd.
My Canon Powershot S1 IS has a setting for horizontal (left to right and right to left), vertical (bottom to top and top to bottom), and square (four corners to make one very large image).

What model of Powershot camera do you have? Perhaps you just haven't found this setting yet (if your model has it)?

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Fresh off the Nikon Coolpix and stitched together with autostitch, the Kaskawulsh glacier taken from the top of Observation Mtn, Slim's River West trail, Kluane Ntl Park, Yukon:

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