Monday, 23 January 2012

Pretty Panoramas

I've always been a sucker for a panoramic photo, and have often taken a whole series of images with the intention of stitching them together. 

And finally, I've got round to it! I used the Hugin Panorama Photo Stitcher which is freely downloadable. It's slightly clunky to use, but I got the impression that there was a whole load of more technical functionality that I was only touching the tip of the iceberg with my basic stick-it-all-together-in-a-line approach!

Panoramas are tricky things to display though - especially when you make them really long and skinny like some of the ones I've stitched. My blog template isn't long and skinny! So if you click on any of the titles below the panoramas, you should (technology permitting) be taken to a larger version, that you hopefully wont need a microscope to work out where it is! Have a little bit of patience - they take a few seconds to load. So starting off in Scotland...

Gullane Beach
Aberdour Beach
Watch Water Reservoir


Touch Reservoir, Stirling
Snowy Scott's View

Port Seton or Cockenzie (I'm not 100% sure...) Harbour
Longformacus
Snowy Liddesdale
Heading further South...

1 comment:

  1. That's nifty stitching around the world. Wherever next?

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