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Playing around with Autostitch merging about twenty 50mm shots. Final image at 7097 x3937

Captured w/iPhone3GS edited w/iPad3

Bharachukki waterfalls, near Mysore, Karnataka, India..This was stitched from 20 shots, 4 rows, 5 shots in each row..

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recipe: tripod, autostitch, gimp, giovanni. :)

autostitch Iphoneography w iphone 3gs


iPhone edit. Autostitch + CameraKit.


My first panorama pic.


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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)


'Country manor 360 polar panorama' Best viewed large on black

Near the Dutch -German Border. Used a little orton here.


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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.

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)


'BBC TV centre stage door' Best viewed large on black


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Reverse sunset panorama taken with iPhone app autostitch.

i like the way autostitch gives the buildings an athletic form.


this one goes to herner

6 HDR images stitched with Autostitch

Photographed with an iPhone 4. Toolbox: AutoStitch, Monochromia.



Life In LoFi: iPhoneography

Sydney harbour on a sunny day at the end of summer as seen at lunch time from the top of a Circular Quay building. Respectable cloud formations.

An 8-portrait shot stitch using PTGui. Did not use any filter.


(This is an improved version with richer colours and stronger contrast)

Driving home through Knowle this evening, about 8pm, an amazing rainbow. Had to stop and get some shots.

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.

Münster, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Sunset on top of Fiddler's Hill, south of Watson's Corners, Lanark County, Ontario, Canada. This panorama was constructed from 9 horizontal photos by the free version of Autostitch.

Panorama created with Autostitch


Nuévalos, en Aragón (entre Alhama de Aragón y el monasterio de Piedra)

A walk around Douglas Coupland's sculpture Digital Orca, combined with the AutoStitch iPhone app.

A photostitched panorama of the Grand Canyon from the South Rim. Probably near Bright Angel trailhead.

My favourite place to go fishing, this was taken using an iPhone 3gs and the Autostitch app to merge 3 shots into one panorama. Photo taken November 2010

A 6-shot panoramic of the Philadelphia skyline in the morning, with fog.


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Nice, hazy light today and not at all that hot and muggy. Tussi was indoors when I took these photos.

a photo stitch made using "autostitch" & 24 photos.

The Sheldonian, honey-stoned, glowing in the evening light.


This is a mosaic of Hipstamatic shots, taken from under the awning of Blackwells bookshop. Individual shots combined, in-camera, with AutoStitch.


iPod Touch. No megapixels worth speaking of. I'd love the better lens that the iPhone offers, but don't need the phone. Not for the first (or last time), I wonder why the camera manufacturers haven't attempted to capitalise on the fun that comes from these simple filtering/framing apps, and the ability to upload/share in the moment. I'd buy it... but, then, it would be the price of the iPhone, so I'd buy that, right?

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.

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