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Photography.80

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

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{Photography.80.18}: Paddrick Mackin {paddrick} Sun, 27 Feb 2005 01:03:24 CST (HTML)

I followed my own suggestion in my previous post to Gary, and Googled "creating panoramic photos." I discovered a free pano software program developed in Canada called AutoStitch. I downloaded it and ran it to great satisfaction. Here is the link: "http://www.cs.ubc.ca/~mbrown/panorama/panorama.html"

Below is a pano of 4 images using AutoStitch. The blending mode is fantastic, and it is all automatic. The software is Windows based. The pano was created at 50% of the original images and then resized to 30%. Then it was compressed to be within the posting guidelines. The view is looking north from Petroleum Creek at Shi Shi Beach.


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