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More Photomerge panoramas (Bishop, CA area)

Inspired by my recent (May 29) panorama with the Photoshop CS3 Photomerge command I tried another, this one consisting of 14 individual frames showing the Bishop area valley. It’s a panorama, with an aspect ratio of 15:1—too wide, I think; next time I’ll shoot with the camera in a vertical position. The final image is 27697 X 1859 pixels; the “large” version is less than 1/3 the size (linearly) of the original.

See this pano in small (2048), medium (4096), large (8192)
Be sure your browser doesn’t “auto fit” the image to the window

My only real complaint (so far) about Photoshop CS3 Photomerge is that it makes very poor use of multiple CPU cores, running largely single-threaded. It also has trouble auto-aligning images with low contrast (such as clouds); these need to be hand-aligned.

Below are a few more examples I went through from an old shoot (click for large view):

Rainstorm over Bishop (17 megapixels)
Sunset after rainstorm (18 megapixels)

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