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

iPhone Multi-Image Stacked Panoramas

On our walks in our Community I usually do not take a Camera but if I see something interesting I have my iPhone 11 Pro with me. I liked this Flowering Tree I saw as we were walking back to our Condo. I tried shooting a few different versions with 2 different lenses – the 1.5mm (Full Frame Camera Equivalent lens -13mm) and the 6mm lens (Full Frame Camera Equivalent lens -52mm). The Featured Image is a 5 image Panorama taken with the 1.5mm lens, assembled in Photoshop.

iP11 Pro, 6mm Lens (FF equiv. ~ 52mm) 20 image Multi-row & Multi-stacked Panoramas

Hole In The Clouds

As we were taking a walk in our community I noticed the dense clouds above us. In one area of the thick cloud cover there was a circular opening in the Dark Cloud cover. I thought it looked interesting so I took a series of images with my iPhone 11 Pro. The Featured Image was taken with the 6mm lens with a digital zoom added (216 percent) for a Full Frame Equivalent Image taken @ 111 mm. Usually I do not use the digital zoom feature on the iPhone, but wanted a full image featuring the “Hole”. I did not take out the “Noise” in the Featured Image since I thought it added some to the “Dark Mood” of the image. I then shot a 2 image vertical panorama to get more of the clouds above since below would have some buildings that I did not want. Then I backed off and shot a series of wider views of the Dark Clouds.

2 Image vertical Pano, iP11 Pro, 6mm Lens with 216 percent Digital Zoom added in iP11 Pro, Full Frame Equiv. ~111mm
Single Horizontal Image, iP 11 Pro, 6mm Lens, Full Frame Camera Equivalent 52mm
Single Vertical Image, iP 11 Pro, 6mm Lens, Full Frame Camera Equivalent 52mm

Meeting House Faux InfraRed B&W iPhone Images

We were taking a walk in my community and I liked the clouds around our community Meeting House. I shot a few views with my iP11 Pro. The Featured Image is a 2 image stacked Panorama taken with the 4.3mm lens (FF Equivalent ~26mm). Then I ran a Photoshop action using my Faux Infrared Software (TLR Faux Software) for the final B&W image.

Color Image before running Faux IR action. 2 image Horizontal stacked image, iP11 Pro, 4.3mm lens
(Full Frame equiv. ~ 26mm)
Faux IR – 2 Image Vertical Panorama. iP11 Pro, 4.3mm lens
Color Image before running Faux IR action. 2 image Vertical stacked image, iP11 Pro, 4.3mm lens
(Full Frame equiv. ~ 26mm)

Brigantine Multi-Image Panoramas, Set 1

On our visit to the Brigantine Division of the Edwin B. Forsythe NWR I was using a variety of cameras to make a series of multi-image panoramas. I shot a lot of images so I would have a “library” of images to use for posting here during the Winter months. I was using the following cameras – Canon R with a 150-600mm lens, Panasonic LX-1 Pocket Camera in 16×9 format, OM-D 1 Olympus with a 7.5mm Fisheye lens and a iPhone 11 Pro. For this post all images were with the iPhone 11 Pro with mostly the 1.5mm lens (Full Frame Field of View Equivalent ~ 13mm) & the 4.3mm lens (Full Frame Field of View Equivalent ~ 26mm). The Featured Image was taken early in the am before the Wildlife Drive got crowded. I used my iPhone 11 with the 4.3mm lens to take a series of 12 overlapping images for the panorama image.

Observation Tower, 3 image panorama, iP11 Pro w/ 1.5mm lens
Observation Tower, 3 image panorama, iP11 Pro w/ 1.5mm lens, faux infrared B&W
Brigantine Landscape, 11 Image Panorama, iP11 Pro, 1.5mm lens (FF Equiv. ~13mm)
Brigantine Landscape, 7 Image Panorama, iP11, 4.3mm lens (FF Equiv. ~26mm)
Brigantine Landscape, 5 Image Panorama, iP11, 1.5mm lens (FF Equiv. ~13mm)
Brigantine Landscape, 5 Image Panorama, iP11, 1.5mm lens (FF Equiv. ~13mm)
Brigantine Landscape -same view as above but higher view of clouds, 6 Image Panorama, iP11, 1.5mm lens (FF Equiv. ~13mm)

Brigantine iPhone Multi-Image Landscapes

I was going through images to post and found this series of iPhone Multi-Image Landscape images from the Brigantine Division of the Edwin B. Forsythe NWR in Oceanville NJ. The clouds on this visit were amazing and I decided to try shooting a series multi-image panoramas using only my iP11 Pro using the 3 different focal length lenses on the iPhone. Overall they worked out quite well. I was never fond of the panorama feature on the iPhone because of the “bowing & bulging” look to the iPhone panoramas. Instead I shoot a series of images and assemble them in Photoshop. Also the pano feature on the iPhone only gives you a “long” image unlike shooting a series of images in multiple rows giving a longer & higher view. The Featured Image is a 3 image pano, shot with the 1.5mm lens & assembled in Photoshop.

Brigantine 6 Image Pano, iP11 Pro, 1.5mm Lens
Brigantine 2 Image Pano, iP11 Pro, 1.5 mm Lens
Brigantine 2 Image Pano, iP11 Pro, 4.3mm lens
Brigantine Observation Tower, 3 Image Pano, iP11 Pro, 1.5mm lens
Brigantine 4 Image Pano, iP11 Pro, 1.5mm lens
Brigantine 3img-Pano, iP11 Pro, 4.3mm lens
Brigantine 4img Pano, iP11 Pro, 1.5mm lens
Brigantine 4img Pano, iP11 Pro, 1.5mm lens
Brigantine 5img Pano, iP11 Pro, 4.3mm lens
Brigantine 4 image Pano, iP11 Pro, 1.5mm lens
Brigantine 11 image pano, iP11 Pro, 4.3mm lens
Brigantine 11 image pano, iP11 Pro, 4.3mm lens
Brigantine 7 image pano, iP11 Pro,1.5mm lens
Brigantine 6 image pano, iP11 Pro,1.5mm lens

Foggy Golf Course Multi-Image iPhone Panoramas

A while ago we woke up to a very foggy morning. We went out to see if we could get a few interesting Fog panoramas. I was just using my iP11 Pro because it was more waterproof than my other cameras. Plus easier to carry in case it started to rain. The Featured Image is made from 10 horizontal iP11 Pro horizontal images taken with the 6mm lens. Then I loaded all 10 images into one layered Photoshop file and blended the images automatically into the final panorama.

Another 10 horizontal image panorama but with the 4.3mm lens, iP11 Pro, Aligned & Assembled in Photoshop
5 vertical Image Panorama, iP11 Pro, 1.5mm Lens
5 Horizontal Image Panorama, iP11 Pro, 6mm Lens
Single image, iP11 Pro, 4.3mm lens
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