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golunvolo

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Re: [Theme] Do you have a stitched photo?
« Reply #645 on: August 08, 2021, 16:59:44 »
La Línea has more than 7 kms of sandy beach on the mediterranean side. It ends abruptly in the border with Gibraltar where this monster fence is still standing. Good place to go to the beach when the winds blows from the west as it is protected thou

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Re: [Theme] Do you have a stitched photo?
« Reply #646 on: September 26, 2021, 02:06:08 »
Painted Hills in Central Oregon.
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Re: [Theme] Do you have a stitched photo?
« Reply #647 on: September 26, 2021, 18:44:40 »
It's good to see the rocks, stones & soil putting on as good a show as the plant & animal life and you've captured it well Brute.

I have no experience of environments like this, so it was sort of fun guessing the scale & distances involved.
Thanks for sharing Brute

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Re: [Theme] Do you have a stitched photo?
« Reply #648 on: October 08, 2021, 00:59:23 »
Balneario de la Caleta. From the 1920s still standing right there on the sand of the little beach in Cádiz.

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Re: [Theme] Do you have a stitched photo?
« Reply #649 on: October 08, 2021, 08:55:59 »
Can you share what you use to stitch images?


I have used Arcsoft Panorama Maker (Pro version, allows for 100% size in stitching)
I have also used Microsoft ICE 1.4 (32-bit version), but it is easily maxed out and displays MEMORY FULL just by a stitch of three frames from a Z7
The 64-bit version of Microsoft ICE (v.2.03) handles memory better...
I have also used Hugin (both 32-bit and 64-bit), very powerful and Free

Some cameras have the stitching included in the options, like most current smartphones. In the Nikon world this includes most of the 1 Series Nikons
Sometimes it's a useful feature, you get to see the results immediately on the LCD. You can rotate the camera in any direction, and you can also keep the camera in portrait mode and have a higher vertical resolution (like John Geerts a few posts ago). In that case the photo will appear vertical and you have to rotate it in Post-production, not a big deal anyway.

An example with Nikon 1J5, recent Mayor election-day in my hometown (original is 4800x920 px):
[if I had used the 1J5 in portrait mode, vertical resolution would have increased to 1536 px --> 4800 x 1536]

Very nice for a walkaround camera!
 
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