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Multiple hybrid panoramas

  • Posted Oct. 15, 2009 by Stefan Fletcher Viewed 2941 times

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I wanted to see how Photoshop combines two panoramas, one vertical, one horizontal, each consisting of two images taken with a tilt-shift lens. As it's brass monkey weather here, I had to find something sufficiently large indoors.

And yes, I'm bored.

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    • # Jon Laysell

      Shot looks cool - but sorry I can't quite get my get around how you achieved it. Time for bed I think.

      2009.10.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Mel

      Interesting. Do you find that you use your tilt/shift lens much ? Has it proved its worth ?

      2009.10.16 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Piyali

      Looks like an interesting experiment..some of the books on the 2nd shelf 5th row (from the left) are arranged upside down..there you go, you got something now to work upon!!

      2009.10.15 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Michael Sakowicz

      Hmmm. Interesting. I would probably not be interested to try this if I had not seen this result. I think I'll go try this now.

      2009.10.15 Edited Reply Cancel