Photo Stitch of Kerry Park View Tonight

A friend of mine emailed me a link to some free software called HUGIN that connects multiple photos into a single panoramic image. When evening arrived, I decided to test it out. I’m using a Canon PowerShot SD 800 IS. My tripod is (sadly) 3 stacked business cards.




My first stitch attempt used 5 images. There is blurring on the left and darkness on the right.


Then I made a version using just the center 3 images. Somehow the sun got brighter. In this version, you can see people at the playground which is the bottom right of the image.


I plan to make more panoramic shots this year. Who knows, I may even splurge and spend $15 on a tripod. 🙂

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Critical MAS is the blog for Michael Allen Smith of Seattle, Washington. My interests include traditional food, fitness, economics, and web development.

One thought on “Photo Stitch of Kerry Park View Tonight”

  1. Sweet. Our old digital camera use to do that in-frame, actually. Take one picture and it would display the a small portion of it in the view window so that you could line it up with another picture.

    Sadly our new one doesn’t – so I’m excited about the app.

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