View from Peases Lookout

Eungella National Park

Central Queensland

West of Mackay

This is a stitch of 19 photos in two rows shot with a Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II lens, combined with AutoStitch. The resultant image is roughly 58Mpx.

The full size image can be found over here on the gallery.

See where this picture was taken.

View all photos taken: Tuesday, 9th October 2007, This photo: 6:40pm

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  • bachamp said:
    Thats Huge.

    One question, if there are 2 rows why is there a odd number of photos?

    Nice shot.
  • Shaun Johnston said:
    Great shot. I went camping a couple of times at Eungella Dam as a kid.
  • Jack High said:
    Now that's what I call a landscape shot, very wide and stunning, really captures what the eye could see (wish I could be there now). I like the framing of the trees either side as well.

    Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)
  • apurdam (Andrew) said:
    bachamp 2 rows and odd number of photos often happens with wide panos. It's just a matter of not having the same level of overlap on each frame. Some of the cheaper stitching software can't cope with that, but one's like Autostitch and (I hope - I can't remember testing it) ptgui can.

    Impressive bit of real-estate, Dave.
  • David de Groot said:
    bachamp Because I can't count when taking photos of course! ;-) There should have been 20, but I lost count while shooting, however I still managed to cover the scene sufficiently.

    It's a very nice area. I found the falls around Finch Hatton to be excellent too.

    Thanks :) Incidentally I took the same panorama with the 10-20mm (@10mm) and it took only three shots to get the same area of coverage ;-)

    Quite so Andrew. Yeah AutoStitch (and the other software based on it's engine) handle odd shots nicely.
  • photo by Alison said:
    that's amazing. I'm sure it still doesn't compare to being there...
  • David de Groot said:
    'tis only a shame it was a hazy day or the view would go all the way to the coast. It's a nice place and I recommend a good explore of the area if you're ever up that far.
  • flash of light said:
    Amazing scene - I viewed it large in your gallery. Can't see any joins either!
  • David de Groot said:
    Autostitch does a pretty impressive job on the joins doesn't it ?
  • yewenyi (文意) said:
    alas my photo from here was just a wall of pure white. blasted cyclones.

    Seen on your photo stream. (?)
  • David de Groot said:
    Pesky Cyclones indeed! And here I was worried about the mild haze you can see in this shot ;-)
  • Clearskies Images said:
    Beautifully done!
  • David de Groot said:
    Thanks :)
  • ~Prescott said:
    Looks familiar. You have much more patience than me with stitching :)
  • David de Groot said:
    Looks like you had a clearer day at least. As for the stitching, just a matter of taking the shots with enough overlap and then letting AutoStitch (in this case) or Hugin do all the work :)