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Discussion in 'Open Discussion' started by ChangshaNotes, Jun 29, 2013.
Hey, it's an Oregon waterfall too! I gotta go see that.
Amazing process to go through.
Agreed. The whole thing from start to finish sounded like a wonderful challenge. Very well done.
It reminds me of this photo shoot of a redwood tree that National Geographic magazine did a few years ago.
finally he got what he wanted, sometimes we think we have limits but truth we are wrong, superb challenge and well done.
Here are samples/more about creating big images with gigapan:
Paris 26 Gigapixels - Interactive virtual tour of the most beautiful monuments of Paris
GigaPan produces 45-gigapixel photo of Dubai (Wired UK)
GigaPan Galleries of Wonders of the World including: Machu Picchu, Taj Mahal, Colosseum, Great Wall of China, and Petra
I used to use autostitch free pano program, which helped to win a competition at work. Then I upgraded their autopano paid version, but I haven't used/checked the gigapan which might be helpful for gb images with smaller cameras. They work together... Now photoshop also does it but I haven't tried it. For free autostitch (windows version) you can check:
There is a ipad/iphone app also.