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post #106 of (permalink) Old 12-20-2009, 11:37 PM
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Thanks for bumping this thread as I didn't know about AutoStitch. Seems like a great tool so far, and works much better than Canon's Photostitch!! (at least for the first panorama I tried so far)


View from Mt Seymour summit back in October
this one is great!
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post #107 of (permalink) Old 12-20-2009, 11:46 PM
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I love photostich, started using photomerge in photoshop, which is neat because you can watch the adjustments you make happen as you edit the pic. Here's a few of mine.


View from top of rockfall at Rohr Lake


View from top of rockfall at Rohr Lake (opp. direction)


Rohr Lake




Tricouni, 3rd lake


Tricouni Meadows
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post #108 of (permalink) Old 12-21-2009, 08:50 AM
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Thank you Ryan and Rachelo. This technology is great --- now I just have to brave and patient enough to learn how to use it [8)]
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One other option is Hugin - http://hugin.sourceforge.net/

It uses the same back end as Autostich/Autopano Pro, but it's totally free and supports a few different projection methods that the Autostich demo doesn't.

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While I'm finally catching up on some year-end photo organizing, here's another one from the North Shore back in October:



Lynn Peak & Lynn Creek valley as seen from the South Needle
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Recently I purchased Auto Pano Pro which is what Autostitch has morphed into and given some extra goodies. This shot of Mt. Cheam and Cheam Lake is a 40 shot photo stitch and is 127mega-pixels at full size:
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post #112 of (permalink) Old 01-24-2010, 10:35 AM
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i was playing with a sony camera at blacks a few weeks back that had a great feature for panoramas. It automatically stitches the panorama as you pan the camera across the view you are photographing. I haven't seen this on any other cameras, any idea what this feature is called?
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