Little Yabba Yabba Creek

Charlie Moreland camping ground, Imbril State Forest near Kenilworth.

Five shot panorama shot with the iPhone.

Although I had my 5DII with me, I only had the 400mm lens on it, so thought I'd see what sort of panorama I could get from the humble iPhone camera.

View all photos taken: Wednesday, 14th April 2010, This photo: 3:14pm

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  • RobertsonPhotography said:
    wow, that turned out pretty good David.
  • David de Groot said:
    It definitely wouldn't win any prizes for quality at full size, but it's not too bad for a phone really. Nice spot too.
  • accesser said:
    Pretty darn good for a phone
  • David de Groot said:
    Not too shabby - no match for a real camera, but it does in a pinch.
  • kth_friend said:
    damm, will be throwing away the DSLR soon.....
    they are getting fairly decent results these days from a camera on a chip devices...
    Seen on my Flickr home page. (?)
  • David de Groot said:
    Well at full resolution you can definitely see the lack of quality, and obviously this was decent outdoor light.
  • 小李子168 said:
    Excellent, good photograph.
  • Cobra_11 said:
    It turned out great! Looks like a lovey place for camping :)
  • David de Groot said:
    Yes it sure does. The campgroud itself is a wide open grassy area surrounded by trees containing many birds. Really pretty area.
  • heidi_K said:
    What program are you using for stitching the photo into panorama? (An app on Iphone? or a program on your computer?)
  • David de Groot said:
    Stitched with AutoPano Pro on the computer, Heidi, then processed in Lightroom (more contrast, saturation, black point adjustment).
  • s.westhead (Simon) said:
    Not bad at all Dave.
  • David de Groot said:
    'tis acceptable for a phone camera eh?
  • s.westhead (Simon) said:
    I think what people forget that they are still a phone with a little camera inside not a camera with a little phone inside. but i have to say they are kind of getting better.
  • David de Groot said:
    Indeed - it's kinda handy, but definitely not something I'd rely on for shots that mattered.