experimented from time to time with panoramic photos. I stand
in one spot and take a number of pictures, turning a few degrees to
the right each time. Then I stitch together the central
portions of the resulting photos to create one superwide-angle panorama.
first three examples in this gallery were made from conventional
snapshots around 1980. I literally cut and pasted the prints
together, and you can clearly see the seams.
remaining examples have been assembled with the assistance of photo-processing
software, which allows me to retouch the seams. As a result,
their quality is better.
on any of the thumbnails above for a larger version. Because
they're wider than usual, the pictures may take some time to download.