I Love the Panoramic Pics

Lance Uppercutt

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I went backpacking in the Trinity Alps this weekend and took some panos.

The valley which we hiked up.
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This is Alpine lake, where we camped. The trail to this fucker is an absolute bitch. One section you gain 3000 feet in a mile and a half.
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The opposite side of the lake.
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Up above the lake.
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Some mountains.
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I appolgize for the links but some of the files are too large for any of the free hosting sites.
 
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wow, those pictures are so amazing, you must be lucky to have gone on that trip.

but how do you take pan pictures? i have the option on my camera, but when i take the second pick, its so out of line. do you need a tripod?
 

Lance Uppercutt

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a/k said:
wow, those pictures are so amazing, you must be lucky to have gone on that trip.

but how do you take pan pictures? i have the option on my camera, but when i take the second pick, its so out of line. do you need a tripod?
I take a shitload of pics of the area and use this program to stitch them together.

Edit: That's a cool pano of Berkley
 
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Lance Uppercutt said:
I take a shitload of pics of the area and use this program to stitch them together.

Edit: That's a cool pano of Berkley
wait, do you just take any randome pictures, and does it automaticaly put them together for you? or do you have to do that?
 

Lance Uppercutt

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wait, do you just take any randome pictures, and does it automaticaly put them together for you? or do you have to do that?
I make sure that each pic will overlap a little so the program can have something match it to.
 

Lance Uppercutt

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so if you take the right pictures, the program will automatically stitch them together?
Yup, that's the beauty of it. It's really simple to use and does a really good job. You just have to make sure that there arn't any gaps between the photos.
 

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Fuck you Lance... you always go nice places... i been stuck in pretty much the whole summer... wow one trip to florida... but no u... u gotta go everwhere..... Fuckin prick...
 

Lance Uppercutt

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so if you take the right pictures, the program will automatically stitch them together?
Yes.

Skelator said:
Fuck you Lance... you always go nice places... i been stuck in pretty much the whole summer... wow one trip to florida... but no u... u gotta go everwhere..... Fuckin prick...
Well to be fair I haven't left the state of California.
 
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you need one of those cams im guessing that made the matrix famous (i dont know what they're called) to do that.
 

BattleShip Ron

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Nice work Lance. I'll have to give that program a try.

I found Trinity Lakes with Google Earth but unfortunately the area is not as high quality as your pictures.

Love the mountains!