Equipped with my new iPhone 4S, last week I visited downtown Noblesville, Indiana, on my lunch break to capture several series of photos that I’d use to create panoramas. In general, the phone’s camera is pretty good. It’s nice having a compact camera of this quality on me at all times. For post production, I […]
Some very nice time lapse images from the Canary Islands. Taken by Tere Sorgjerd. The Mountain from Terje Sorgjerd on Vimeo.
Last weekend I attended a wedding in North Carolina on the Biltmore estate. I took several photos of the grounds and stitched many of them together to form some panorama images. Here are the results. Biltmore up close Biltmore from far away Biltmore from very far away Additional Perspectives If you are interested in reading […]
A few weeks ago I used Blurb.com to create a 40-page photo book using images from our wedding in October 2009. Today they arrived and I’m quite pleased. We opted in for the premium paper and went with their hardcover image wrap. Their software was easy to use, had some nice layouts to choose from, […]
This weekend I played with a few free panorama photo stitching programs. In particular, I tested out freeware AutoStitch, freeware GigaPan Stitcher, and open source Hugin (with plugins Panorama Tools, Enblend, and Autopano-SIFT). In short, AutoStitch was the easiest tool to use and produced panorama/stitched photographs equally as well or better than GigaPan or Hugin. […]