Previously within my Photography, I was very much into the single frame. What I see through the viewfinder is what I get. I knew of panoramic images but never really had a strong interest.
However, since discovering the Brenizer Method, I have been trying to master panoramic photos ever since. Where the theory seems easy, snap multiple images and stitch, it’s actually harder to execute.
Photoshop unfortunately doesn’t stitch perfectly accurate all the time, and I’ve found myself having to, occasionally, adjust the stitch manually, and clone stamping in some blanks.
I suppose landscape Panorama would be easier, but I stumbled across this immense 70billion pixel image of Budapest and it blew my mind how far you can zoom into things.
Unfortunately I can’t share the image here on this site, I have to re-direct you to the site that’s hosting it as it’s a Flash image, but if you Click Here, it will take you straight to the image. I had some fun this morning zooming in and out to check out the little details in the distance!
Check it out! Tell me what you think…