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i like the way autostitch gives the buildings an athletic form.
this one goes to herner
this is my second attempt at a 360 polar panorama - it consists of approx 40 shots (taken with my little sony cybershot) stitched together with autostitch then polar distorted with photoshop. a spherized grass shot was then added to the hole in the middle and the whole thing tidied up with photoshop's clone tool and spot healing brush. (GIMP can do all this and its free)
Took this whilst waiting for a ride. It was considered the height of modernist chic about 30 years ago.
35 images (7x5) joined with autostitch - handheld (some stitching errors)
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The clearest view of the bridge through the trees from this side was too close for me to get the whole bridge in one shot, so I decided to create another stitched picture. Autostitch actually managed this one perfectly from what I can tell.
Nice, hazy light today and not at all that hot and muggy. Tussi was indoors when I took these photos.
A photostitched panorama of the Grand Canyon from the South Rim. Probably near Bright Angel trailhead.
Stitched out of multiple images using www.autostitch.net
About a 270 degree panorama of my new bedroom. :-) The other 90 degrees is blank wall.
15-20 images at 18mm stitched together.
Taken while driving up the Hume Highway about 5 minutes south of Coolac.
Stitched with Autostitch
One of the places I often work in Austin, The Long Center for the Performing Arts. (looking up laying on the apron while the pit lift was being lowered). The strong dark diagonal is the proscenium opening. Up left auditorium side, down right is stage side.
A rare unobstructed view of the grid and fly-house with only the symphony shells in the air. Taken during a maintenance call and all the goods were down for cleaning.
Playing around with Autostitch merging about twenty 50mm shots. Final image at 7097 x3937
24 photos, kinda impressive for processing on a mobile.
Will definitely have to deploy this from the unusual perspectives I get to work backstage. Not nice enough results to take seriously, but definitely lots of fun!
25 picture autostitch of SUFC standby point... & SUFC to boot..!
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I would normally crop out the black bits, but its hard with this much distortion. This is slightly more than 360 degrees. It's better bigger
made with autostitch and best viewed large
Yeah, I know I could have done better with the ghost trees, but it was *so* hot, and I was wanting to head down the steep steep hil to get home.....
iPhone edit. Autostitch + CameraKit.
My first panorama pic.
interesting effect from autostitch with this one, the cups spin in the breeze so the bits moved between shots used in the stitch, which created some interesting ghosting and some disjointed arms which (for a nice change) add to the impact of a stitched imaged rather than make it an instant failure...
at least.. thats what i think.
some more conventional shots of this thing are next in my stream.
Driving home through Knowle this evening, about 8pm, an amazing rainbow. Had to stop and get some shots.
It's early on a Sunday morning, I'm killing time, waiting for my bath to pour...hmm what to do... I wonder what it'll look like if I autostitch my face?
This is my first proper 360 polar panorama - made using 90 (I was being a bit over cautious) seperate shots taken standing in the middle of the room - merged into an equirectangular projection in Autostitch (its default) and then bent round using polar distort filter in photoshop. There are some stitching errors (e.g. the right side of the coffee table) that are probably the result of taking the shots by hand rather than doing it accurately with a fancy tripod. you can see my shadow just to the right of the central point on the carpet. I like it - it looks like a smiley face.
Seb Przd is the flickr master of these things who has inspired me. I thought this was a stereographic projection but Seb has corrected me below. ho hum. im still getting my head round this and may have to get to grips with some fancy maths to do it really really properly.
Quite pleased Ive finally managed to pull this off. The world is now my panoramic oyster.
Had some challenges with my GigaPan (batteries, and wet spray, and damn cold fingers), so I made a panorama of the Hvita River just above the big falls of Gulfoss.
We tried to set up a tide guage on the island... the glaciers up the arm we're too dense with ice so we scratched the project.
Panorama created with Autostitch
Nuévalos, en Aragón (entre Alhama de Aragón y el monasterio de Piedra)
This was the view from our back door around 8 a.m. Not much of a snow-fall but it was wet and stuck to everything. North of Watson's Corners, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada. This panorama was constructed from 3 horizontal photos by the free version of Autostitch.