Monthly Archives: October 2011

Shooting Where You Live…over and over….

I shoot almost all the time, especially in my home town of Gloucester, MA. It’s different than being on location for an assignment, both for the obvious reasons and because I have the luxury of shooting the same thing over … Continue reading

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Moth Panorama

This in an extreme close-up of a moth resting on a lamp shade. Because I’m so close, 9 source files were necessary to create this panorama. Sorry to keep emphasizing this, but the closer your iPhone is to the subject, … Continue reading

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Creating High Res Panoramas with the iPhone4

Harold Burnham’s Boatyard: panorama produced from 9 individual source files shot from a tripod with an iPhone4 using 25% overlap from image to image.

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