Central London Panorama


Another recent panorama, now I’ve worked out how to use them in this blog. This is central London, looking East, taken from the 20th floor of the Hilton, Park Lane. This is fourteen 10 megapixel images (two rows of seven with the hand-held camera in portrait mode) with Photoshop doing all the hard work of stitching the images together.
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2 thoughts on “Central London Panorama”

  1. Great job stitching these together. I often find repeated areas or odd shading when I stitch but this looks flawless.
    Also the level of detail you can get in these is incredible…from zooming in on Big Ben, I can confirm that the photo was indeed taken at 11:14 :).

  2. It’s dead easy in Photoshop CS3 or CS4, and probably possible in later versions of Elements. Open all the images in PS, select File > Automate > Photomerge then Add Open Files and click OK. I leave all the settings to their defaults.

    Once you’ve got a panorama, it’s File > Export > Zoomify and the job’s done, apart from working out the code to insert it in a blog…

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