Mt Mee

Stitched from 74 photographs in portrait mode.

I shot this on the way home from the Buderim Ginger Factory. We took back roads home as the Bruce Hwy is a really bad deal on a Sunday afternoon.

The original size version is up for perusal over here.

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View all photos taken: Sunday, 9th November 2008, This photo: 5:09pm

Comments

  • Jennifer Renee said:
    nice shot David. however the link saying "here" for the larger version, says that it is private and cant be viewed...lol
    I must say though that there are some great places to see up that way....
    well done
  • David de Groot said:
    Try it now Jennifer, I reckon it'll only work for Contacts unfortunately.
  • Xenedis said:
    74 images? Eeek!
  • David de Groot said:
    Yeah, three rows, all in portrait orientation.
  • MΛЯK said:
    That's bloody awesome David!
    Did it take long for Photoshop to process all thos shots?
  • Andrew Durick said:
    That is some fancy stitching Dave ... do you crochet as well?? :)
  • HPVD Photos said:
    Amazing, 74, never tried that many before, fantastic result.
  • [ Kane ] said:
    Wow Dave, nice work, dedication!
  • aramisfirefly said:
    Very nice Dave. 74 shots, wow, that is indeed quite impressive.
  • Simon D101. said:
    Absolutely impressive David, a 74 photograph stitch...wow! :-)
    I also cannot look at a bigger size, would that be from my end?
  • David de Groot said:
    I did it in AutoPano Pro, followed by a bit of dodge and burn in Photoshop. The stitching took maybe 1.5 hours (on a Quad Core 2.4Ghz machine with 4Gb ram), and the dodge and burn maybe 1/2 hour of fiddling.
    No, but I can make a braided loaf ;-)
    One of my more ambitious attempts, that's for sure.
    I'm thinking on a clear day I should try doing it at 200mm instead of 70mm ;-)
    Thanks Matt :)
    I'll see what I can do about that. It's my end.
  • MΛЯK said:
    Well worth the effort.
  • llama009 said:
    Pretty impressive. Almost like one of those scenes where you're meant to find the odd thing out. But in real life.
  • David de Groot said:
    llama009 - Pretty much eh ? :)
  • Wes Cooper said:
    Excellent David. You should do a massive print to make the most of all that resolution. I have a pano that is around 70 images stitched that I shot at 200mm and it came up really well. Stitching was a nightmare though. Many times leaving it stitching overnight in CS3 to save in the morning!
  • David de Groot said:
    Indeed, but printing that size isn't cheap, and I have nowhere to hang something that big anyway ;-)
  • CAUT said:
    Great work David! It is a wonderful landscape!
  • David de Groot said:
    Thanks :)
  • chamellieon said:
    very nice!
  • David de Groot said:
    Didn't turn out half bad, given the crappy weather that day.