Archive for Panorama

Easiest Panoramas Ever.

Posted in Beijing, Photo, Study Abroad China 2009-2010 with tags , , , , , on June 5, 2010 by foundmeinchina

This is a shot of the tile art at 建国门 (Jian4guo2men2) subway stop on Beijing’s Line 2.
I wish I used my phone to take panoramas in Yunnan instead of my DSLR. The software on the phone stitches panoramas SO MUCH better than anything I’ve found on the computer thus far (that isn’t really expensive). Oh well–gives me an excuse to head back to Yunnan. Speaking of which, I will try and get thos photos up as soon as possible, but I honestly don’t think it’s going to happen till after I head back home.

Oh, and excuse that lame white border. The Autostitch panorama app makes great panoramas, but only if the photographer doesn’t suck so much that he doesn’t take wide enough photos to fill out the corners of a panorama.

Pops and Porks in China

Posted in Beijing, Photo, Study Abroad China 2009-2010, Yunnan with tags , , , , , on May 31, 2010 by foundmeinchina

Dad and Isbelia came to China to visit for about ten days, a few of which were spent in Beijing with me, the remainder of which were spent in Yunnan. I have a ton of pictures to go through, and a dauntingly long blog entry to accompany them, but I am entirely swamped with the ten days of missed schoolwork that I have to catch up on, so I will leave you all with this quick panorama of a Naxi village in Shangrila county, Yunnan.

Ignore that stupid watermark–I have to find some free panorama software, or pony up the cash for this Doubletake one. You get the general idea, though.