Here's the Zuiko 35-70mm f/3.6 on a GH1 doing just a little single row x7 of a quiet little suburb on the outskirts of Nagoya, Japan:
This represents about 100 ~ 110 degrees of view and was shot at 35mm, ISO100, 5s shutter, at around f/8.
Here's a 22-image 197 megapixel scale done with the Nikkor-H 28/3.5 at varius stutter speeds from 1/20s to 1/60s - all hand-held.
I forget the scaling on this but it's like 6% or 8% or something crazy. No PP other than the scaling and the assembly of course. The assembly was done by AutoPanoGiga and all I did was point the app to the folder that contained the images. Everything else was automagically done for me. Some minutes later it spit out at 16bpp TIF. Oh, I had to crop the black edge trim off.
This probably represents around 140˚ vertical by 85˚ horizontal for the view-angle. What is that, like an 8mm lens or something? Who here know math?
Here's a po' man's panorama that I grabbed from two quick handheld shots. Taken in Geneva. G1 with kit lens. Processed in Photoshop CS4.
Every year, during our Christmas Market, one local guy sets up a huge Christmas Stable decoration in the Entrance Hall of our City Hall.
He's been working on that setup for 11 years now, adding a few pieces every year.
Going in early, I managed to shoot a (partial) panoramic overview for you.
Couldn't do it completely, the place is too crowded to shoot quietly.
Still, here's a 6 vertical shot stitch from this year's setup.
Shot with G1 and 24/2.0 Nikkor lens, stitched with Panorama Factory V5 in automatic mode.
The program came out with a good stitch at the first trial.
Have a nice evening,
Here's the pano I shot from my front garden and house, to celebrate the first day of winter in our home village
G1 with 35/2.0 10 vertical shots stitched
Have a nice day,
Two version of the same shot pano from our trip this week to Yosemite. My preference is the B&W version.
Here's one I shot two weeks ago in Russia.
GH2 with 14-45 stitched in PS
Nothing spectacular, this is Manoa valley in Honolulu (where I live) with the landmark Diamond Head and Waikiki in the far back. The first pano I ever did (GH2 + 14-140, handheld, 13 vertical shots), and I am still surprised that these came together with just a few clicks. This is fun, time to explore it more seriously.