Goosenecks Panoramic with iPhone4. September 16, 2010. © Copyright Ben Gundy – all rights reserved.
I thought it would be fun to show a panoramic done with my iPhone4. Last September I took a workshop by Jon Fuller and Tom Till in Moab, Utah. While on a drive to point B from point A, we stopped at the Goosenecks more to stretch our legs than to take photographs. Tom mentioned to the group that if anyone wanted to take a panoramic photograph of the Goosenecks he would help. No one took him up on it, but I wanted to attempt a panoramic with my iPhone, along with an app I got to stitch multiple images together. I took four quick photographs then moved them over to the stitching app and, wow, it actually worked. I showed Tom later on in the trip and he was impressed with the results. I still had to import the stitched panoramic into Photoshop to do some color work, cropping, and resizing to get to this final image. I think it came out nicely for a first time stitched panoramic. I will definitely try this again. I will report on using the iPhone4 with an HDR app at a later date…fun stuff. Click on the image to expand.
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Lens focal length: 3.85mm
ISO 80, 1/390 sec at f2.8