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Panoramics
« on: May 03, 2006, 03:28:38 AM »
A Dutch friend of mine called ToT, on another site, likes to make panoramic photographs.  I think they're amazing.  They're made with a programme that splices about twelve photos (taken with a wide angled lens) together, which makes them almost seamless.  All you do is left click and sweep with your cursor in the direction you want to go - left, right, up, down.

They take a little while to load, so if you're on 56k it's probably best avoided.

The first two are street scenes from the Dutch Queen's birthday celebrations.  The last link is a collection of allsorts.  Worth a look, I think :afro: -

http://www.totje.com/test/apeldoorn1.htm

http://www.totje.com/test/apeldoorn2.htm

http://www.totje.com/panorama.html
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