iPhone Panorama Gallery

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by justpeachy » July 25th, 2014, 8:53 pm

Greg took this from the summit of Crescent Mountain two weeks ago:

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by justpeachy » August 19th, 2014, 8:15 am

The North Cascades beg for panorama shots. Greg shot both of these. Here's the view from the saddle between the two summits of Hidden Lake Peaks:

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View from Sahale Arm (near Cascade Pass):

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by miah66 » August 19th, 2014, 2:37 pm

I used a Samsung Android phone. It does a pretty lousy job transitioning from light to dark, but it automatically stitches the photos as you pan across the view.

From above No-Name Lake on Broken Top Looking North:

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Tarns:

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Summer storm moving in:

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by kepPNW » August 20th, 2014, 7:17 pm

miah66 wrote:I used a Samsung Android phone. It does a pretty lousy job transitioning from light to dark, but it automatically stitches the photos as you pan across the view.
Are you using the Google Camera app? I've been playing with that lately, with mixed results.
miah66 wrote:From above No-Name Lake on Broken Top Looking North:
Sweeeet! :)
miah66 wrote:Summer storm moving in:
I was under that thing! :shock: :lol:
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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by ElementalFX » April 12th, 2015, 3:12 pm

Great panos everyone! :D I especially liked the North Cascades and Cispus River Ranges/Dark Divide ones by Cheryl and Sean. The North Cascades are especially breathtaking! Here are some panoramas I shot with my iPhone and DSLR.

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Mount Adams from Council Bluff (iPhone 5)


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Mount Adams from Horseshoe Meadow


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Mount Adams from Horseshoe Meadow (extra wide)


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North Sister Panorama from PCT (iPhone 5)
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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by Splintercat » December 19th, 2015, 2:14 pm

Hmm.... a bit quiet over here in PanoLand... and LOVELY panos, FlutterShy! :-)

Here are a few more from 2015, in reverse order... starting with last weekend at Tamanawas Falls:

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...in November on the Gumjuwac Trail:

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...last August at Newton Creek, looking up at Lamberson Spur:

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...and last winter at Wahcella Falls:

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I upgraded from my iPhone 6 to the 6S this fall for the photos... and there's a surprising difference, too! The Gumjuwac and Tamanawas Falls panos were with the 6S and the previous two on the 6, though hard to see differences at this scale.

Tom :)

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by aiwetir » December 23rd, 2015, 4:31 pm

I just found this thread :D

I have shot a few hundred full 360° panoramas that can be seen here

The first 4 of these below were shot in-camera (iPhone 6)
The rest were shot with individual shots (still iPhone 6) and stitched together. I chose this method because, I'm used to it and I kept getting vertical banding in the sky and it's really hard to remove. You can see it on Stacker Butte a little and on The Palisades.


Meadow on Step Creek trail
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Falls Creek Falls
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Stacker Butte
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The Palisades
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Cape Horn
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Cape Horn
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Cape Horn
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Cape Horn
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Indian Heaven
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Smith Rock
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Smith Rock
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Larch Mountain
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Ape Canyon trail
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Ape Canyon trail
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Ape Canyon trail
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Ape Canyon trail
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Elk Meadows
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Elk Meadows
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Cape Lookout
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Cape Lookout
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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by somegeek » June 13th, 2017, 6:39 pm

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First pano I've done with this Pixel XL. Thought it did a nice job with the WB across the shot.

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by baki dalyanci » February 8th, 2019, 6:02 am

Really nice pictures. :)

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