Posts about stitched

Hohtälli, Zermatt

A single panoramic image formed of five individual 16 megapixel photos. Click here to see a detail crop at 100%.

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Täschhorn, Zermatt

A single panoramic image formed of five individual 16 megapixel photos. This is one of the "Viertausender", a range of peaks in the Swiss alps reaching higher than 4,000 metres (13,000 feet) above sea level.

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Matterhorn

A single panoramic image formed of sixteen individual 16 megapixel photos.

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“Brenizer Method” test shot

Trial shots for the so-called "Brenizer Method": accentuating a shallow depth of field by stitching together several individual images. For more examples (and better ones, as I only had a f5.6 lens with me today), visit www.flickr.com/groups/brenizermethod/. This photo is best viewed at a larger size. (Larger images are only available to my contacts.)

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“Brenizer Method” test shot

Trial shots for the so-called “Brenizer Method”: accentuating a shallow depth of field by stitching together several individual images. For more examples (and better ones, as I only had a f5.6 lens with me today), visit www.flickr.com/groups/brenizermethod/. This photo is best viewed at a larger size. (Larger images are only available to my contacts.)

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Marzili funicular, Bern, Switzerland

I’ve been wandering the streets of Bern at lunchtime all week, taking photos of buildings, views and scenes: most of which have been series of individual pictures to bring home and stitch together on the computer. This is one of my more successful results, which is a stitch of 12 pictures to show the panoramic […]

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Marzili funicular, Bern, Switzerland

I’ve been wandering the streets of Bern at lunchtime all week, taking photos of buildings, views and scenes: most of which have been series of individual pictures to bring home and stitch together on the computer. This is one of my more successful results, which is a stitch of 12 pictures to show the panoramic […]

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The beach and town at St. Andrews

Gorgeous stormy light, the original image captured for a stitched 30 Mpx. file. If only the right-hand side were sharp, I’d probably have this printed poster-size to go on our wall at home.

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