OK, maybe a little late for Christmas (or early if you're an optimist!?) but here's a shot I prepared over the festive season but haven't had a chance to experiment with until today.
I took two series of shots; one set of 10 seconds at f/16 and another set of 5 seconds at f/16. This image is from the "10 seconds" set.
The camera was scrolled horizontally in 30 degree increments then I'd return roughly to the far left position, angle the camera down about 30 degrees and start again.
It's all a bit rough really but, as mentioned, it was just an experiment.
Hugin was used for the resulting 40 or so images. It took ages to churn through them and find control points, then a bit of fine tuning from myself, but there's still quite a few dodgy overlaps. Maybe a future version will iron out problems like that?
I quite like how the Christmas tree became central by accident...
Thanks for looking,
|Camera:||Canon EOS 400D |
|Lens:||Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4.5 DC Macro |
|Recording media:||JPEG (digital)|