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Pictures from the Hartford Game


#1

Here’s a Flickr set with some of the pictures I took yesterday.

I’ll be organizing things chronologically and adding tags and descriptions to the pictures later tonight.


#2

Click on the picture to see it full size.


#3

[quote=“UncleLar, post:2, topic:2815”]Click on the picture to see it full size.

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That’s really cool, I found myself in the crowd across the floor from you! ;D


#4

[quote=“bstanf, post:1, topic:2815”]Here’s a Flickr set with some of the pictures I took yesterday.

http://flic.kr/s/aHsjwUNMth

I’ll be organizing things chronologically and adding tags and descriptions to the pictures later tonight.

A sample: [/quote]
Says link is bad. :-[


#5
Here's a Flickr set with some of the pictures I took yesterday.

http://flic.kr/s/aHsjwUNMth

I’ll be organizing things chronologically and adding tags and descriptions to the pictures later tonight.

A sample:


Says link is bad. :-[

It works fine for me.


#6

And it was taken with my phone which really blows my mind. I actually sent a version of it during the game to tjb and he replied “More computing power in your pocket than you were shucking at IBM” and he’s absolutely right.


#7

Very nice panorama, Lar. Did you use an app to take that, or is it a composite of several different shots?

Also, for those wondering, I’ve finally titled and tagged all of the shots in my Flickr album mentioned above. Any feedback is welcome.


#8

[quote=“bstanf, post:7, topic:2815”]Very nice panorama, Lar. Did you use an app to take that, or is it a composite of several different shots?

Also, for those wondering, I’ve finally titled and tagged all of the shots in my Flickr album mentioned above. Any feedback is welcome.[/quote]

Kind of a combination of both.

I’ve actually got a couple of panorama apps. In this case, I used AutoStitch to take the photos. Autostitch doesn’t automatically take the pics (I have some that do). You take a photo, then rotate the camera a bit and take another. Once you finished you just tell AutoStitch to put them together. The photo that I sent tjb was the one that AutoStitch had strong together.

However, there were some very noticeable ghost images in the photo that it created which I wanted to eliminate. So today I went back to the AutoStitch app and told it to save the original photos to the Camera Roll. I’ve got PhotoStream turned on, so when I did that the photos were automatically copied to the cloud then down to my computer (all in less than a minute).

I then used Panorama Maker on my PC to take the individual iPhone photos and stitch them together. It did a much better job of patching (I didn’t notice any ghosts but I’m sure if I searched the photo a bit I could find some seams where the stitching wasn’t perfect).


#9
Very nice panorama, Lar. Did you use an app to take that, or is it a composite of several different shots?

Also, for those wondering, I’ve finally titled and tagged all of the shots in my Flickr album mentioned above. Any feedback is welcome.

Kind of a combination of both.

I’ve actually got a couple of panorama apps. In this case, I used AutoStitch to take the photos. Autostitch doesn’t automatically take the pics (I have some that do). You take a photo, then rotate the camera a bit and take another. Once you finished you just tell AutoStitch to put them together. The photo that I sent tjb was the one that AutoStitch had strong together.

However, there were some very noticeable ghost images in the photo that it created which I wanted to eliminate. So today I went back to the AutoStitch app and told it to save the original photos to the Camera Roll. I’ve got PhotoStream turned on, so when I did that the photos were automatically copied to the cloud then down to my computer (all in less than a minute).

I then used Panorama Maker on my PC to take the individual iPhone photos and stitch them together. It did a much better job of patching (I didn’t notice any ghosts but I’m sure if I searched the photo a bit I could find some seams where the stitching wasn’t perfect).

Here’s a bad stitch.


#10

Obviously, you’ve never seen my mending skills.


#11
[quote="UncleLar, post:9, topic:2815"]Here's a bad stitch.[/quote]

Obviously, you’ve never seen my mending skills.


All things considered, being taken from a hnadheld you’re not going to get seamless angles. I’m impressed that there’s an app that does that for you.

#12
[quote="UncleLar, post:9, topic:2815"]Here's a bad stitch.[/quote]

Obviously, you’ve never seen my mending skills.


All things considered, being taken from a hnadheld you’re not going to get seamless angles. I’m impressed that there’s an app that does that for you.

I got another pretty good one at Medlar Field during a Spikes game. If you click through to the photo you can see a bad stitch directly in front of you of the right edge of the screen protecting fans behind home - but it’s still a great picture.


#13

Great images guys, I really appreciate it


#14

Great shots, bstanf!


#15

What’s interesting is that the view that I posted is downsized.

Here’s the panorama in actual size, which will make it a lot easier for anyone who wants to find themselves.


#16

Some nice slideshow’s here under Gorman’s Gallery on the link below.

http://www.nittanylionhoopsclub.com/nittany_lion_hoops_club_005.htm


#17

Great photos…thanks!