Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by pugnacious33, Nov 20, 2008.
I was just experimenting. I have to admit, this opens up some cool possibilities.
Great picture, i was just wondering though, i have seen and heard the "stitch" technique thrown around on here and i was jsut curious, what is this techniqe? and in the photo were yousuing a wide angle lens?
This is my first attempt, all I did was create one large new pictures document in my photo editor, then copy and pasted each image as a new layer. Then positioned them so that they matched and cropped the unclean edge. Required very little touching up. Here is what Canon PhotoStitch came up with. I like the picture better, but it will require alot of cleaning up of the merge point, which I haven't done yet.
i like this it looks like where the bridge merges it is just a blob i would try and sharpen that up, and merge the sky together.
Here it is cleaned up, sharpened and saturated just a bit:
great panorama shot, the third attemp seems great. I did a similar shot of another bridge.
the last one looks great!
I like the third one partly because of the much nicer blue sky
that bridge looks familiar somehow I think I have seen it in a movie or something lol where was it taken?
would this happen to be the bridge to dauphin island?
This is the new bridge over the Bay of St. Louis, in South Mississippi. Hurricane Katrina wiped out the old one.
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