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mouser:
If that's Illinois, global warming is worse than I thought...
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 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

i just got back from a week's family vacation in mexico (near cancun).

Arizona Hot:
Show us the View Outside Your Window

This is a screenshot of a panorama made from a series of pictures I took a month and a half ago, but didn't think to make a panorama of until today. I call it "Layered mountains".

tomos:
^ very nice Arizona :up:

and the panorama is very cleanly made.

PS taking a screenshot of an image is a great idea - nice easy way to resize an image for the forum :Thmbsup:

Arizona Hot:
Show us the View Outside Your Window

The previous panorama was made with Microsoft ICE 2.0.3.0. This panorama was made with University of British Columbia AutoStitch 2.2. It produced an image using sections of the mountains to the right of the ones used in the Microsoft image. If you want, I can upload the original pictures for you to experiment with other panorama programs. The view made with Serif Panorama Plus was essentially the same.

Show us the View Outside Your Window

The previous Microsoft panorama was made with Pictures #1 & 2 of the series. This view was made with #3 & 4 of the series. A screenshot of picture #5 is below. These are provided in case anyone wants to try manually merging them with Photoshop( I don't have that). I think that if I had thought of making a panorama then I could have produced one that combined the whole area.  :-[

Show us the View Outside Your Window

4wd:
If you want, I can upload the original pictures for you to experiment with other panorama programs.-Arizona Hot (September 16, 2015, 02:14 PM)
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I can whack them into AutoPano and see what the result is if you like, it gives you very fine grain control over image pair points if the automatic mode falls a bit short.

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