After Thought Panorama

so, before anyone docks me points for the pictures not lining up, this was not planned when I took the photos, so I didn't set it up, but as I was poking through the pictures on my computer I saw a few that *might* line up, so I dropped them into photoshop and found that while they didn't line up, they were close enough to at least give an idea of the view. Monte cristo peak in the Middle, Kyes on the right, and Cadet on the left.


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morceaux - Jun 22, 2007 6:06 pm - Hasn't voted

Not an ad, just an advice :)

You should try Arcsoft Panorama Maker.
It is just perfect. Only a few clicks and the perfect panorama is ready.
I have also tried PS to assemble panos but it turned out to be a piece of sh#t :)
Also there are a few things to be kept in mind when taking photos for a pano - there is a very good article here in SP by Gangolf.


TQW - Jun 22, 2007 6:56 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: Not an ad, just an advice :)

Thanks! I'll check it out.


oldandslow - Jun 28, 2007 1:17 pm - Hasn't voted

Remarkable Software

I just downloaded a free trial of Arcsoft Panorama Maker 4.0. I have tried more than four other programs and this is the best. Thanks for the tip.

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