Portchester Lake Panorama

The light looked wonderful two mornings ago so I took a series of twelve 10 megapixel images and used Photoshop to stitch them together in a panorama (23,920 x 3500 pixels). I then exported the image using the Zoomify function in Photoshop to produce the image above. You can use the navigation buttons or the mouse to zoom into and around the image. Fun, eh?

8 thoughts on “Portchester Lake Panorama”

  1. Yes it’s fun! amazing aplication 🙂
    I’ll try to do it some day but before I need to learn some thing about programing.. ops!
    I’m not sure of that location, GoogleMaps seems to put your aerial Manhattan photo somewhere near Rusia 🙁

  2. I’ve checked the Manhattan coordinates – they may not be perfect but they’re pretty close. Are you sure you’re not getting your East and West muddled up?

  3. Hey! I found the mistake. My Google don’t take “N” and “W”. If I put manually it puts me over Ridge St, Manhattan 🙂
    I don’t know why I need to put manually but it works!

  4. What’s happening is the plug-in that I use to display the EXIF and create the Google Maps link (EXZO) is sending the longitude as a positive number for Westerly longitudes when it should be negative. It probably does the same for Southerly latitudes but I haven’t checked that.
    I’ve e-mailed the plug-in author so I expect there’ll be a fix along soon.

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