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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by mayhem » August 2nd, 2013, 3:57 pm

Auto Stitch App for Panoramic pic Mayhem Demo.

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by Splintercat » August 3rd, 2013, 8:38 am

Interesting, Mayhem - thanks for posting! I'll have to give that a try...

A few more panos from Mount Hood last Sunday...

Vista Ridge Burn:

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Looking back at Vista Ridge from below the TT:

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Late afternoon at Elk Cove:

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by BrianEdwards » August 3rd, 2013, 1:00 pm

Snoqualmie Falls 8/3

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Queen Anne Hill, WA 8/3

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by Sean Thomas » September 16th, 2013, 6:22 pm

Great panos from everyone. Here are a few more.


Klickitat Rail Trail near Harms Road TH:


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Sardine Mountain Snow Camp:


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Hamilton Buttes with Ranier, Goat Rocks and Adams:


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Tongue Mountain summit and Cispus River Valley:


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Coldwater Trail and Mt St Helens:


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Stormy Toutle River Valley:


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Highline Trail and Mt Adams:


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Tomlike Mountain:


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Sunrise Peak summit:


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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by Splintercat » September 21st, 2013, 1:46 pm

Quite amazing, Sean! And bonus points for the rainbow, too..!

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by Splintercat » September 21st, 2013, 2:06 pm

Thanks for the inspiration, Sean - a few more from the past couple months:

South Green Lake & South Sister:

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Painted Hills:

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Blue Basin at JDFB (after a storm):

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Ramona Falls:

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Ramona was the last time I was on the trail -- three weeks ago! Going slightly stir-crazy... but gotta make progress on my house painting when time/weather allows... :cry:

Tom ;)

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by Sean Thomas » September 27th, 2013, 4:53 pm

Wow, those painted hills shots are amazing, Tom. Thanks for posting :)

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by jdemott » October 22nd, 2013, 2:18 pm

Here's a pano from yesterday taken along the Boundary Trail, overlooking Saint Helens Lake. This was taken with the iPhone 5S (just arrived on Friday). Seems like it did a decent job adjusting the exposure throughout the panning process--the shot started looking away from the sun (at the left) and includes the area looking directly into the sun toward Mount Hood where you can see evidence of some lens flare. To my eye, color and contrast look natural all the way around. The in-phone processing seems really fast and it did a good job of making a seamless blend of the nearby objects (albeit with inevitable distortion) while keeping the distant objects level and natural looking.

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Here's the link to a bigger version
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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by airoff » November 27th, 2013, 7:32 pm

Galaxy s3. Hood from Larch 11/27.


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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by Splintercat » July 24th, 2014, 9:04 pm

Hmm... this thread has been quiet for awhile! For something a little different, here are some panos in old-timer sepia (but taken over the past few months):

Abiqua Falls in May:

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Jamie at Green Point Mountain last January:

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The Redwoods in May:

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In June, a look at the inside of the White River Falls powerhouse:

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...and the White River Canyon a bit downstream:

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...and from last week, The Rockpile viewpoint at sunset (on the Old Vista Ridge Trail):

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...and from a bit earlier that same evening, the glorious view from Owl Point (on the Old Vista Ridge Trail):

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...never get tired of that last view, sepia or otherwise..!

Tom :)

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