Multi-Image Panoramas From Davidsons Mill Pond Park

It was a nice day to take a walk at a local park and I decided to travel light with mainly just my iPhone 11 Pro & an old Panasonic LX1 Pocket camera. Sometimes it is fun to see what detail you can “pull” out of the files from the older cameras like the Panasonic LX1 Digital Camera. With Photoshop you can really get some amazing images from the older cameras. The images posted here are all Multi-Image Panoramas (assembled in Photoshop) from the Panasonic LX1 & the iPhone 11 Pro. The Featured Image was a 4 image Panorama taken with the Panasonic LX1, 6.3mm lens

Davidsons Mill Pond Park Panorama, 4 Image Panorama, 6.3mm lens
Davidsons Mill Pond Park Panorama, 2 Image Panorama, 8mm lens
Davidsons Mill Pond Park Panorama, early morning, 2 Image stacked Vertically Panorama, 6.3mm lens
Davidsons Mill Pond Park Panorama, 13 Horizontal Images, iP11 Pro, 4.3mm lens (Full Frame Equivalent 26mm)
Davidsons Mill Pond Park Panorama, 3 Horizontal Images, iP11 Pro, 1.5mm lens (Full Frame Equivalent 13mm)
Davidsons Mill Pond Park Panorama, 4 Horizontal Images, Panasonic LX-1, 6.3 mm lens
Davidsons Mill Pond Park Panorama, 5 Horizontal Images, iP11 Pro, 1.5mm lens
Davidsons Mill Pond Park Panorama, 15 Horizontal Images, iP11 Pro, 1.5mm lens
Davidsons Mill Pond Park Panorama, 15 Horizontal Images, iP11 Pro, 4.3mm lens
Davidsons Mill Pond Park Panorama, 16 Horizontal Images, iP11 Pro, 4.3mm lens
Davidsons Mill Pond Park Panorama, 6 Horizontal Images, iP11 Pro, 1.5mm lens
Davidsons Mill Pond Park Tree Panorama, 4 Horizontal Images, iP11 Pro, 4.3mm lens
Davidsons Mill Pond Park Panorama, 8 Horizontal Images, iP11 Pro, 4.3mm lens

4 Comments on “Multi-Image Panoramas From Davidsons Mill Pond Park

  1. A horizontal pano was just the right way to capture all of that birch. I’ve not considered additional lenses for my phone.

    • Thanks Steve! I do not use any additional lenses on my iPhone, but do use the digital zooming-in Feature sometimes to get closer. Or use it by Accident when I do not notice I zoomed in a little while framing a view to photograph! I was looking at a “Fisheye” lens attachment for the iP11 but then decided Why! I would rather use a regular camera with a Fisheye lens! The Panasonic LX1 also has a zoom lens which is handy when I want to travel light & like the 16×9 Format. Thanks again!

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