Madeira Island by Frederic
A panorama taken from a catamaran tour. It was a bit shaky but it turned out ok. This is the south part of the island with the capital city Funchal on the right middle.
Madeira Peaks Peek by Frederic
Going up the mountain pass towards Bica da Cana (ER110) this evening I was steamrolled by this view. You can actually see all the highest peaks of the island in this photo, including Areeiro (1818 m) & Ruivo (1862 m).
Madeira Mountain Panorama by Frederic
This is the first impression from Madeira, near Serra De Água. More to come, this island is a photographers dream come true.
Kochelsee Poles by Frederic
Morning impression from the Kochelsee at roughly -11°C.
Sunset with Alps by Frederic
I went to the Olympiapark on the last day of 2017 and was rewarded with a beautiful panoramic view of the alps. And then the sun sets and gives you this kind of impression. Pure joy.
Panoramic View of Kyoto by Frederic
After processing a panorama yesterday I stumbled over this one from 2014.
Munich Mountains Winter View by Frederic
The Alps as seen from the Olympiapark in Munich, Germany.
Spitzstein Descent Panorama
On the decent from the Spitzstein near Erl, Austria. Panorama done with hugin, processing with NIK.
Hugin still is one great piece of software for photo stitching! A panorama from a visit to the beautyful costa de la luz. Enjoy!
I like to take panoramic pictures, as you may have noticed, from time to time. Anybody who is doing that knows how tricky it can get to actually stitch the final image. So, if you are into panoramic photos you should check out the gigapixel shots from Yosemite under www.yosemite-17-gigapixels.com. You can find stunning shots from different landmarks of the park, e.g. Yosemite Falls or Taft Point. They have also uploaded some of the images to flickr. I do have to mention that the technology that they have used to present the stunning images online is not great – silverlight crap – BUT the technology for stitching the images is autopano, which should sound familiar to hugin users. They do sell a pro version of autopano that will work under Linux and Mac and looks pretty nice. So if you want to get serious with panoramic (gigapixel) shots you should check out the store over at www.kolor.com.
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