The original has more than 150 megapixels :)
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A labour of love! Nice work and thanks for sharing your technique. M
Wow, a 19-way stitch! Well done!
One more thing, I focused manually and kept the same focus for all photos.
Thanks for you time guys.
You are too kind, Sandy. After all there is not much effort behind it :)
Mary, I'll try to describe how I did it. My camera does not support panorama stitching, thus I had to take all pictures myself. You have to use the same focal length for all shots. I had a 50mm prime lens attached so this part was easy :) Then you have to make sure that all pictures are equally exposed. Point your camera at a subject that should have the right exposure (Eiffel tower in my case) press the shutter half down and remember the settings (I've preset the ISO 100 and F/8, camera automatic set shutterspeed to 1/200s... it depends on the subject what to choose). Then set your camera to manual mode and select the remembered settings. Then you take a series of overlapping shots (they should overlapp by approx. 1/3). That's it. At home you just feed an application with your shots and it does the rest for you. I used photoshop but there are way better tools for photostitching out there.
Breathtaking. What did you do to erase the stitching effect? Is it done in camera or through Photoshop? Could you start a forum instructing how this was done?
ooh wow...thats a fantastic job !! well done ...well done indeed. My POTD !
Cheers! It is a stich of 19 photos.
breath-taking !! Is it an in camera Pan or a one stitched up ??
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