Also - how did you get such a large image on there??
Actually - to avoid the page getting too wide - panos are best kept down just below 1000 pixals - but your photo is great up larger!!
Thanks! That was five shots taken from the roof of my dentist's office. She's got a great view from the 4th floor, so I asked her if I could get roof access (the 6th floor.) Turns out there's a small garden and some benches up there.
I did it with five handheld shots at 50 mm (with the Sigma 18-50), but there was a lot of overlap. I could have done it easily with four. I stitched it two different ways, once with Photoshop CS3 and once with Canon's PhotoStitch. The latter was faster, but the former did a better job.
As to the size, I wondered if it was too wide as I was posting it. Sorry to everyone for the side-scrolling!:o It fit the file size limit because I set the quality to 65% in the Save-for-Web dialog in Photoshop.
My contribution to the thread -- just begining into the panorama stuff;)
not great quality but it wasnt originally supposed to be a panorama just some shots from the room (diferent settings and focus etc)but i think photoshop was done a good job considering.
Good efforts here
This one is an arial view over Reykjavik.
Only two photos spliced, a combination of 'Autostitch' and 'hand splicing'.
'Autostitch' could not cope with 2x 10mp images!! So I had to resize down a bit first,
then I had to feather, cut and paste in some bits it still didn't get quite right!!!
- took the images with the idea of making it.
Three shots in landscape orientation. Stitched together with ArchSoft Panorama Maker Pro.
EXIF: Nikon 8700 | Shutter Speed: 8 seconds | F Number: F/3.7 | Focal Length: 27mm | ISO Speed: 50
Universal Studios Hollywood Panoramic Shot
I took this when I was walking on the beach with my girlfriend.
6 shots vertical. Stitched together with
ArcSoft Panorama Maker Pro.
Stinson Beach, California.
Three shots with moderate cropping, done in CS3.
Sunset over San Francisco