Dorm panography

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  1. wilson007

    wilson007 TPF Noob!

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    I wanted something to help remember my dorm room and thought this would be a good opportunity to apply this technique. It isn't a perfect stitch due to lens distortion, etc... but it's good enough for me. Working with 49 images takes a lot of RAM, btw, lol. Enjoy!

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    BTW, I realize the image could be optimized with a little photoshopping but I like the raw image in this case.

    :)
     
  2. ScottS

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    As did I....
    I was a bit disappointed. :(

    Cool picture!
     
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    Same here, I was just hoping it was misspelled....:lmao:


    That is a pretty neat stitching of shots, though.
     
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    You also got me with that title :mrgreen: great pic thou.
     
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    Tsk Tsk to all you boys...:p
    Atleast I think you are boys.... Right?
    Supposedly people only read the first and last letters in a word, and then the letters in between do not have to be in order... Just thought I'd mention that, haha.

    Any who... I love the shot, and the idea! I want to give it a try now... I really like how you can see how it is spliced together :D
     
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    Hmm ... I must be either tired or expect different things ... I didn't get tripped up by the title at all.
     
  7. wilson007

    wilson007 TPF Noob!

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    Thank you for the nice comments everyone! I always appreciate feedback.

    Although this technique is VERY time consuming, it produces some incredibly interesting photos.

    Thanks for looking, guys!
     
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    the unprocessed looking makes it pretty cool, what size is each square individually??
     
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  10. Heck

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    I fell into the Dorm trap also! At least I won't get a nasty virus this time.......I like the way you put it together, Maybe I would had went a little darker but thats just me. Good shot anyhow,.
     
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    funny, i did exactly the same.. so i was a bit disappointed when i came here :p
     
  12. wilson007

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    800x600 IIRC

    Yea, I've seen the analog version of this. INCREDIBLY hard to do. There is a nice flickr group about analog panography. http://flickr.com/groups/388900@N22/
     

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