Make photos bigger...

...namely if you have no 20Mp in your cam, let's go for panoramic!

My first panoramic photo series has been made on a boat in a middle of lake. You can imagine it, there was no program for stitching those pieces! :D

Later on, I found myself in office-window, taking shots from a purple sunset with my compact Casio cam. That was the point when I realized that a panorama photo is not only beautiful, but really useful, if you have a smaller cam than you need. It's still only 5,7 MP, but this 5,7MP is more 'useable' than original pieces individually (made of 3 vertical shots).

Through months and hundreds of shots I really can tell you, that I love taking panorama photos! You'd better to use tripod (or monopod) for tight aparture (-> for more details on photo), but you can test without it, of course (first case is more stock-able :)).

Unfortunately I've had no chance to use my 10MP cam for this purpose yet, but I'm going to Transsylvania next month, so I hope I can show you some beautiful town and landscapes - in a really-really high resolution!

Ooops, and a really important thing, the program for stitching; I use Autostitch for this, and I'm really happy with it - easy to use, fast (you can limit the memory size for program) and precise. Others use PhotoShop, PTGui, Panavue, or a free program - you can find the perfect one for yourself easily.

Have a beautiful weekend, everyone!

Photo credits: , Aginger.

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Beautiful images!! :)


Okay, now I know my next undertaking. I simply haven't thought to do it yet and don't know why. Thanks for posting!


Nice photos, looking forward to see your Transylvania shots.


Beautiful! I'll have to try panoramas sometime!


Really Agin...beautiful panoramic views...


Thank you for your comments!


Some great shots,keep them coming,panoramic shots look great to the eye,Best wishes.


Beautiful panoramas!!


Very nice panoramas! I have to start shooting more panoramas again.


I love panoramas, you can fit in so much detail of a vista before you. I just wish that they showed a little bit bigger on DT. They are hard to see properly when the object of the image is further away in the photo. Great images! :0)




Thanks for the reminder... I always forget to try doing panoramas.

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