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7/28/2010

Mousam Mouth Pano

Continuing one more day with the iPhone theme, here is an AutoStitch panorama made up of 10 separate images…5 across, and two down. It needs to be viewed as large as your monitor will take it. Click the image and use the size controls a the top of the window that opens. AutoStich could not be easier to use. Take any number of overlapping images with the iPhone’s camera so they are saved to the Camera Roll. Then open AutoStich and select them from within the app. That’s it. AutoStitch then intelligently assembles the images into a panorama, blends exposure, renders the finished image and gives you the option to auto crop. The image is not perfect…but it is very close. Since I often, as in this shot,  have to straighten the horizon a bit, and I want to sharpen slightly and maybe adjust curves, I generally do the cropping in PhotoGene, again, right on the iPhone. Finally, I upload the image to my Wide Eyed In Wonder site directly from the phone using SmugShot. Could not be easier.

This, by the way, is the mouth of the Mousam River, seen from the Kennebunk Bridle Trail across the marsh…Great Head, Parson’s Beach, and almost out to Route 9 on the right…close to 180 degrees. Taken and processed with the iPhone 4.

From iPhone HDR and Pano.

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3 Responses to “7/28/2010”


  1. 07/28/2010 at 7:58 am

    Apart from the slight burn out on the left this is another impressive photo

  2. 2 David
    07/28/2010 at 9:35 am

    Guess my eyes are getting olde because I did not see that burn out.

    I think it is a great photo composite. As the editor of a Mac User Group newsletter, I am extremely impressed. I will be asking Steve for permission to use his photo in our newsletter along with his technique.

    Thanks
    David


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