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Some panorama's I stitched together of my recent travels:

Bryce Canyon

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Zion NP, early in the morning and rather cloudy, so the images were kinda blurry.

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i like panoramas, very cool. but it is a bit tricky how to precent them, for instance on the web...
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I think there's a way to do it with Quicktime, but I just settled for jpg's.
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it is a bit tricky how to precent them, for instance on the web...


Here's a way which even incorporates a map ;)

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There's actually quite a bit of information on panoramas.

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These look great Hans, I am glad they worked out.

Useful Links:

You can get the free Panorama Tools software here if you don't have it:

Panorama Tools

Lots of useful info/links here:

Panoramic Creation and Stitching Tools

Always a good idea to trim your edges once you are done stitching, to avoid the bow at the bottom of the image
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Gillian,

Yeah, the bows are a bit irritating, especially since I didn't take all the shots at the same elevation. I wanted to show as much useful photo information as possible.

I use The Panorama Factory for creating the pano's. Only gripe is that the version that I have saves to .bmp per default (and saves all of its own temp files as well). That caused the directory I used to create the Bryce and Zion ones to grow to 500 Mb in total...
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