Weekend Project: Make a panography

Posted on August 22, 2006. Filed under: Art, Design, Photography, Uncategorized |

Photography blog Photojojo has a simple tutorial on how to make a panography, “wide-angle pictures composed of several individual photos manually stitched together.” More from the site:

“Do you ever look up at the sky, a towering office building, or an expansive landscape and wish your photos could capture everything you can see with your eyes? We do.

Our pal Mareen does this neat thing she calls panography. Taking dozens of photos of a scene, she assembles a patchwork of images that more accurately represents what your eyes see when you’re not looking through a viewfinder.”

I love the quilt-like effect of these photos; it’s a great way to showcase your more striking outdoor images.

+ Panographies: Panoramas on Steroids

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Cool Suff! I bet David Hockney would be impressed.


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