Today I finally processed and combined three 180 degree panoramas I shot during my recent trip to Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh. This was my second attempt to shoot panoramas (first one was years ago).
While the first two panoramas are made up of 8 individual photographs, last and my favorite one, consists of 7 photographs. Photographs have been attached using Canon’s Photo Stitch software, which performed better than Adobe Photoshop CS2.
Here is the first panorama, which was shot on a bridge over Betwa River (click to enlarge)
Here is the second panorama, I shot this with my back facing the Kandariya Mahadeva Temple and on the left hand side you can see Jagadambi and Chitragupta Temples. (click to enlarge)
Here is the third and my favorite panorama from this trip; this was shot between Jhansi and Khajuraho, on the National Highway 76. (click to enlarge)
Thankfully the panoramas came out somewhat good, but not entirely to my satisfaction. Hopefully I will be able to improve my skills in the days to come.
Ps. sorry about the small size of initial photograph, had to work within the 500px dimension limit of the content area. However the linked images are pretty large in size, so do check them out.