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# Tuesday, April 25, 2006

In the last months I have got used to make a panoramic photograph of the places I have visited. I don’t know why but I’ve never been very interested in professional photography and that’s why I have a Casio EX-S500, a very compact point and click camera that fits in a pocket and is able to record MPEG4 movies.

There are a lot of panoramic tools to join individual pictures to make a panoramic but you always end up having to retouch the result to fix some artifacts that appear. Here are two panoramic photographs I took at Mazarrón and Barcelona (both here at Spain):

   

The first one was very tricky as some zones were very close to the camera and the sun changed the colors of some pics quite a bit.

If you want to see the panoramics in full glory take a look here (you'll need to have Quick Time installed):

http://www.manuelabadia.com/pano/mazarron.html

http://www.manuelabadia.com/pano/barcelona.html

The final resolution of the first one is 14239x939 and the second one is 4389x986.

After making the panoramic photographs I used the free version of this program to make them more interactive:

http://www.pano2qtvr.com/

If you want to know where are Mazarrón and Barcelona located:

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=mazarr%C3%B3n&ll=37.558459,-1.28392&spn=0.011873,0.026779&t=k&om=1

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=barcelona&t=k&om=1&ll=41.389302,2.1698&spn=0.089893,0.214233

Tuesday, April 25, 2006 9:32:34 AM (Romance Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)  #    Comments [0]   General  | 
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