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Pictures

I Have tried to copy and paste the following from an e-mail, not sure if it will work,
360 degree pictures . . . next generation photography
You can also look straight up and down too.
    Click on the pictures below and when they come up, click again and drag your mouse in any direction and the picture will give you a 360 degree view --- Amazing Photography!!!
     
    PICTURE NUMBER 1
     
     
    PICTURE NUMBER 2
     
     
    PICTURE NUMBER 3
     
     
    PICTURE NUMBER 4
     
     
    PICTURE NUMBER 5
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Re: Pictures

Sorry it does not work, what do I need from the e-mail to get it to work ?
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Re: Pictures

You will probably need to load the pictures onto a web site and link from there
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Re: Pictures

Try saving them to your Desktop..... then see if they run on your computer...
If they will save... and run.... then you should be able to make them work on here using the "additional options and attachments" below the typing box...
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Re: Pictures

Back again... see if this one works.
http://www.utah3d.net/panoramas_5/green-river.html
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Re: Pictures

Yes it does.
johpal
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Re: Pictures

I have enjoyed making panoramic images for a couple of years now. Apart from dedicated devices, using precision moving optics and detectors, for most amateurs, it is achieved by "stitching" a series of overlapping photographs together. As well as making horizontal and vertical panoramas, it is possible to "tile" images together, to show say, a carving in a rock face in a narrow valley, where even a wide-angle lens won't give complete coverage.
The software to stitch and blend the images together is becoming ever more sophisticated, yet easier to use. I have one program where you simply select all the images and it sorts the results for you, like an automated jigsaw puzzle solver.
For compatibility reasons (I used Minolta film cameras), I am interested in Sony digital cameras. The latest ones allow you to take a picture as you turn on your heel and the camera itself will produce the panorama without the need for a PC. Doubtless, other brands are also capable of this. It demonstrates a growing interest for this type of image.
pierre_pierre
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Re: Pictures

on my Canon A650 you can select panoramic mode when you take a picture
You start at the left, take a pictue, then you get a view finder picture with the taken picture and the new scene which you move to line up, and just keep on
Skye Bridge from Skye

Loch Long and eilean Donan s

Keats Grave near Sligo, rough picture

with the camera was a program that allows you to move it around
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My first panoramic attempts a few years ago using a 4MP Fuiji camera, a tripod and an old photo editing program I no longer have.

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Re: Pictures

There are FOUR panorama`s, on this page, all done with Panasonic FZ28 and Panorama Maker 4... (Free prog)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/32369450@N02/
there are more on other pages
pierre_pierre
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Re: Pictures

see if this one comes out better
click on it, then click the magnifiying icon on pic,go to full screen and shift along to see it