I wend out again to take some new panorama shots. Didn’t had so much luck with clear air this time, so the photos are not as sharp as I would like them to be. Also when uploading the photo (and resizing), there appeared horrible color bending in the sky.. which wasn’t there in the finished photo, really don’t know how to correct this :(
How about another panorama today. If you have been on the spot, from which I took the one I posted yesterday and turned around, you would see this. This is a suburb of Bratislava, called Petrzalka. This is a 61Mpix photo, manually blended in Photoshop.
One of my goals for this year, is trying to make a 1 Gigapixel photo. Just for fun :) The biggest one I did until now was 200Mpix. The photo I’m including here today is a little smaller. Only 102Mpix. Still it’s so huge. After I finished it, I probably spend another hour just looking it over in the full resolution, trying to identify everything I can see in it :)
It was quite cold yesterday in Bratislava, but not snowing and almost no wind. So I just could not let it be, and went out to take some nice winter panorama shots. On the right you can see my panorama setup. The camera is actually on the other side of the cables, hanging over the bridge :)
And the daily photos is a 6 tile panorama, each tile from 4 shots (I took 6, but in the end I used only 4). The result was a 92Mpix image :) And so I can show you also all the amazing detail, a photo this big had, there is a new feature on this blog. Open the full post by clicking the title or “view full post” under the photo, to view a zoomable version of the photo :). I suggest switching to full-screen while viewing it (first button from right under the photo).