Panorama Photo Stitch Everyday!


Click Piture to view it in full-size.

Panorama

This photo was taken on October 11, 2010.

By parlez vous francais?

Notice

All the pictures posted here have the right reserved by original author. If you have no idea of how to shoot and stitch a panorama, please follow the steps I recommend.

1.Take continuously images of a scenery, like 4,5 or even more.

2.Leave 20-30% overlaps between images. It’s easier to stitch if there are similar parts between pictures. And that’s the key of stitching panorams.

3.Add your images to AcroPano Photo Stitcher

4.Stitch, save and publish your panoramas

For digital cameras, I recommend Cannon and Nikon. So, pick up your cameras and enjoy stitching panoramas!


Click Piture to view it in full-size.

Palacio Real

This photo was taken 64 minutes ago.

By Wendy Rauw

Notice

All the pictures posted here have the right reserved by original author. If you have no idea of how to shoot and stitch a panorama, please follow the steps I recommend.

1.Take continuously images of a scenery, like 4,5 or even more.

2.Leave 20-30% overlaps between images. It’s easier to stitch if there are similar parts between pictures. And that’s the key of stitching panorams.

3.Add your images to AcroPano Photo Stitcher

4.Stitch, save and publish your panoramas

For digital cameras, I recommend Cannon and Nikon. So, pick up your cameras and enjoy stitching panoramas!

Click Piture to view it in full-size.

Niardo (BS), Chiesetta di San Giorgio 1

This photo was taken on August 9, 2011.

By Pierpaolo Fioravanti

Notice

All the pictures posted here have the right reserved by original author. If you have no idea of how to shoot and stitch a panorama, please follow the steps I recommend.

1.Take continuously images of a scenery, like 4,5 or even more.

2.Leave 20-30% overlaps between images. It’s easier to stitch if there are similar parts between pictures. And that’s the key of stitching panorams.

3.Add your images to AcroPano Photo Stitcher

4.Stitch, save and publish your panoramas

For digital cameras, I recommend Cannon and Nikon. So, pick up your cameras and enjoy stitching panoramas!


Click Piture to view it in full-size.

Khan Shatyry Entertainment Center (Astana)

This photo was taken on August 3, 2011 using a Nikon D90.

By KseniyaPhotography

Notice

All the pictures posted here have the right reserved by original author. If you have no idea of how to shoot and stitch a panorama, please follow the steps I recommend.

1.Take continuously images of a scenery, like 4,5 or even more.

2.Leave 20-30% overlaps between images. It’s easier to stitch if there are similar parts between pictures. And that’s the key of stitching panorams.

3.Add your images to AcroPano Photo Stitcher

4.Stitch, save and publish your panoramas

For digital cameras, I recommend Cannon and Nikon. So, pick up your cameras and enjoy stitching panoramas!


Click Piture to view it in full-size.

Cloudy london_Panorama.jpg

This photo was taken on July 16, 2011 using a Panasonic DMC-GF1.

By Stein Wild

Notice

All the pictures posted here have the right reserved by original author. If you have no idea of how to shoot and stitch a panorama, please follow the steps I recommend.

1.Take continuously images of a scenery, like 4,5 or even more.

2.Leave 20-30% overlaps between images. It’s easier to stitch if there are similar parts between pictures. And that’s the key of stitching panorams.

3.Add your images to AcroPano Photo Stitcher

4.Stitch, save and publish your panoramas

For digital cameras, I recommend Cannon and Nikon. So, pick up your cameras and enjoy stitching panoramas!


Click Piture to view it in full-size.

Busselton Jetty Panorama

This photo was taken on July 24, 2011 using a Nikon D90.

By Scott2707

Notice

All the pictures posted here have the right reserved by original author. If you have no idea of how to shoot and stitch a panorama, please follow the steps I recommend.

1.Take continuously images  of a scenery, like 4,5 or even more.

2.Leave 20-30% overlaps between images. It’s easier to stitch if there are similar parts between pictures. And that’s the key of stitching panorams.

3.Add your images to AcroPano Photo Stitcher

4.Stitch, save and publish your panoramas

For digital cameras, I recommend Cannon and Nikon. So, pick up your cameras and enjoy stitching panoramas!


Click Piture to view it in full-size.

Albion_Panorama

This photo was taken on July 17, 2011 using a Nikon D60.

By olivierm photography

Notice

All the pictures posted here have the right reserved by original author. If you have no idea of how to shoot and stitch a panorama, please follow the steps I recommend.

1.Take continuously images  of a scenery, like 4,5 or even more.

2.Leave 20-30% overlaps between images. It’s easier to stitch if there are similar parts between pictures. And that’s the key of stitching panorams.

3.Add your images to AcroPano Photo Stitcher

4.Stitch, save and publish your panoramas

For digital cameras, I recommend Cannon and Nikon. So, pick up your cameras and enjoy stitching panoramas!

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