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I have so much fun looking back at my iPhone Panoramas after one of our fun adventures.

I love macro photography (photographing up-close 1:1) so I find it interesting that I also love my iPhone panoramas. They are so opposite when it comes to the point of view of pictures. These images are my personal favorites because of the fun and “wow” moments in my life. I wanted to share them with you…maybe I’ll inspire someone out there to try a fun easy way to photograph Panoramas. 🙂

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Hearst Church and horses.

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Mecca Valley, California, hike

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At my Son’s house – loved the sunset.

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Mormon Rock Hike

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Sunset in front of my home.

These are the apps I use to shoot the photographs:

From Site:

AutoStitch is the highest-quality panorama app available on the App Store, generating beautiful wide-angle panoramas of up to 18 megapixels, with no visible seams.

AutoStich Panorama – $1.99

From Site:

“Instant, awesome panoramas” — CNET
“Easy as pie … impressively sharp.” — Gizmodo
“Feels like magic” — TUAW (The Unofficial Apple Weblog)

360 Panorama – $0.99

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If you want to see the other apps that I use on my phone click on the link below:

http://www.sullivanjphotography.com/iphone-and-ipad-apps-for-photographers/

 

If you have panoramas to share, add the link to the comment section, so we can enjoy your moments.

Cheers,
Janice Sullivan

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  • Doug Cohen says:

    Okay…. so are you like a mind reader or something? I swear on some things I’m very much ahead of the curve such as new social media platforms and tools, and then on others I’m so slow to figure them out. My wife Ally is the photographer at our studio and I handle the social media and marketing, so I end up creating a lot of content with my iPhone and lately I’ve been doing a lot of panos – usually of Ally photographing someone. I even posted on Facebook about PanoPerfect two weeks ago with a screenshot from our newly created profile. It looks like a very promising app/social media network based on panos even though it clearly needs work. For example it doesn’t allow for a custom URL yet so you can view and follow a profile on a desktop (neither Instagram nor Vine offered that when they first came out either but both do now). I’m looking forward to the updates since it could be the platform I was looking for to showcase our panos in one place. If you haven’t checked it out yet you should. MEANWHILE, it hadn’t occurred to me to seek out apps to help me make better panos beyond the native pano option on my iPhone. I feel dumb because I was slow to figure out apps to make better regular photos with my iPhone camera when I first started instagramming etc. and slow to figure out apps to make better collages – you would think I would learn my lesson! Well I’m happy you posted this – I definitely needed it. Oh – and your panos are awesome. 🙂

  • Hi Doug! Love your comment. I think one of the reason’s I love photography so much is that I’m always learning something new. 🙂 I’ll have to check out your Facebook post on PanoPerfect…thanks so much for sharing this App with us. 🙂 If you have time please feel free to share your link with us.

  • Doug Cohen says:

    Well if you mean my Facebook link it’s http://www.facebook.com/frameablefaces. As for PanoPerfect I’d love to connect with anyone who is there and wants to follow us at Frameable Faces (or @frameablefaces if you can find us that way – still think there are glitches there). We’ll certainly follow back!

  • Thank you Doug for sharing your Facebook link and your PanoPerfect call name. Yesterday, I downloaded the app but plan to play with it this weekend. I’ll look for you all at @frameablefaces.

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