HDR Photo Gallery
Cool stitching panorama HDR photos including the panoramic hills in the area of Sussex New Brunswick Canada are seen on this page.
If your camera bag does not contain a panoramic lens, don't fret, you can still achieve a photo panorama with a series of pics and stitching software like Adobe Photoshop CS3 and CS4.
The CS3 and CS4 versions boast a strong Photomerge function - so amazing that I dare you to find the seams!
For this stitching panorama of Mechanic Lake, which is on the way to Fundy National Park, I shot 36 vertical images (12 sets of three bracketed exposures apiece). The 12 HDRs were then loaded into Photoshop's Photomerge.
In Photomerge, you have five layout choices: Auto, Perspective, Cylindrical, Reposition Only, Interactive Layout. For this example I chose Cylindrical.
The result will not have four straight sides so you will need to crop out the unwanted areas.
And the finished product...
Views from the bluff at Rockville / Dutch Valley.
Here were my Photomatix settings for the bluff HDR images.
Light Smoothing: High
White Point: .111%
Black Point: 0%
Saturation Highlights: 6
Saturation Shadows: 6
Highlights Smoothing: 31
Shadows Smoothing: 0
Shadows Clipping: 0
A good example of panoramic hills.
The rolling hay fields of Wards Creek, just south of Sussex.
No, we don't farm dandelions!
A grunge, surreal depiction of a workbench from two images.
The Sussex Train Station, home to Sully's Ice Cream Parlour, a visitor information centre and 8th Hussars Regimental Museum. This is a panorama from three HDR photos.
Two views of Hampton New Brunswick.
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