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Photography.80

Panoramics--Let's get W-I-D-E

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{Photography.80.19}: Rich Mason {richpix} Sun, 27 Feb 2005 05:42:20 CST (HTML)

I've so far only used Photo Stitch, which came as part of the Canon camera software package. One of these days I'll get around to updating to Photoshop CS--there's a lot there I would like to have.

I found one stitched picture that's not a panoramic, per se, but is absolutely huge in terms of resolution (2.5 gigapixels): http://www.tpd.tno.nl/smartsite966.html It's kind of fun to see how much resolution it has, even in a Web version.

Here's a screen shot of a detail from that picture (note that the little red square in the inset photo is what is shown in the larger picture):

It points out one of the advantages of making stitched photos, panoramic or otherwise, rather than using a wider angle lens and then cropping: more resolution. I could print the picture this topic started off with at 16 x79.252 inches @ 240 ppi, without resampling.

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