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iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by Splintercat » July 8th, 2013, 10:35 pm

I'm becoming hopelessly obsessed with the pano mode on my iPhone, and have noticed that I'm not alone... :lol: So, thought I'd start a thread dedicated solely to iPhone (or Android) pano shots! Here are a couple I took yesterday, on the Timberline Trail along McGee Ridge. This one is late afternoon, on the way up:

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This is from a couple hours later, on the way down - at the Bald Mountain overlook:

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Had some really cool semi-lenticular clouds roll in late in the afternoon, so we parked at the main overlook and waited for the sunset. It wasn't great for dSLR photos, but made for a neat iPhone pano!

Okay, who's next?

Tom :)

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by mayhem » July 9th, 2013, 9:32 am

Yes very nice shots, especially the second one!


Mnt Defiance North side
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Starvation Ridge
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Mnt Defiance South Side
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Warren Lake

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Silver Star Area
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Saint Helens Area

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Splintercat Geo Cache / Near Owl Point
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EP Mars Landing Rover Area
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Clouds over Mars Landing Rover Area / Near owl Point
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Near Carin Basin Area Towards Hood

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Near Carin Basin Area Towards the Valley
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Toward Dollar fire area near Carin Basin?
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Mnt Hood TT Trip
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Green Point Mnt

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Fort Stevens Area
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Portland Water Front Area
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Angora Peak
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Kings Area no Ocean Views though

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Angels Rest Area

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Devils Rest Maze Area

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Larch Mnt Area

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Panos McNeil point area

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Chinidere 2 panos Auto stitched

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Chinidere 1 of the 2

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Chinidere 2 of 2

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by BrianEdwards » July 9th, 2013, 3:28 pm

The pano feature on the iPhone is fun and extremely useful at times. I'll try to find a pano of mine that's worth posting
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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by Splintercat » July 10th, 2013, 6:17 pm

Looking forward to it, Brian!

Alright, here are a couple more -- starting with Weisendanger Falls in April:

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...and Upper Butte Creek Falls a few weeks ago:

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...more to come, I'm sure... I've still got pano-fever! ;)

Tom :D

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by BrianEdwards » July 10th, 2013, 6:32 pm

Found one looking East off the top of Wanderers Peak

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Half Cave Falls on the Indian Henry side of the Clackamas River Trail

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by shawjr » July 10th, 2013, 6:56 pm

Great idea for a thread Tom...

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by shawjr » July 10th, 2013, 7:44 pm

3FJ Above Upper & Lower Berley Lakes- Fathers Day weekend.
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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by Koda » July 14th, 2013, 8:40 pm

beautiful photos folks, I'm jealous in more ways than one.... the iPhone has always exceeded in taking great pictures for a phone, and its photo stitcher app is excellent. As your photos here show.

Now I love my Android phone, and it does take excellent photos for a phone. But I was dissapointed to find only one app that stitched photos into panoramics, and at that it did not excel on my first attempt.
Behold a panoramic of the Deschutes trail taken just today in the heat of the day, using the PanoStitch app:

Image notice the very obvious seam right down the middle. The settings on this app are super basic so it may be because of the individual photos regardless of the app.... My question to you iPhone users is: does sometimes the stitching process fail or give obvious seams?


The best I can do on an Android is take the pano stitching process off the phone and onto a real computer using Hugin software which always does an excellent job. Here, a photo from last years adventure to Mt Washington taken from my phone processed later with Hugin

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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by Koda » July 14th, 2013, 8:56 pm

followup:

ok, I discovered I used the wrong two pictures to compose the panoramic. The problem is when the PanoStitch navigates to the photo gallery on my phone it changes the layout in some weird reverse order I'm still not certain about where it also clips the photos in the thumbnail view.... I second guessed this and managed to pick the correct (right frame) photo this time....

behold, it works very nice:
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Re: iPhone Panorama Gallery

Post by mayhem » July 15th, 2013, 10:10 am

Koda,
The 4s & 5 are not apps but an actual function of Ios you just pan & sagg!
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