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Kemptville Flooding Panorama

I put together a panoramic picture of the flooding of Curry Park on the Kemptville Creek. I used an application called Hugin.

Panoramic view of the flooding of Kemptville Creek near Curry Park in 2008
Panoramic view of the flooding of Kemptville Creek near Curry Park in 2008

There is an add-on application for Hugin called autopano which made short work of calculating all of the stitch points for the panorama. The only problem with autopano is there isn’t a pre-compiled OS X version so I started putting together the panorama on my Windows XP box. That was fine until it came time to produce the final panorama file as for some reason, the enblend application kept crashing on my Windows XP box.

To get around that I took the autopano generated project file and moved over to the iBook to produce the final result. Not too bad for the first time using the Hugin application and the first time I’ve made a panoramic photo. Next I’ll have to figure out how to re-balance the colours so that it’s not obvious it’s stitched together. ;)

3 thoughts on “Kemptville Flooding Panorama”

  1. I think I drove over that bridge going to Al’s used furniture store somewhere in Kemptville. A friend was buying a sectional for his cottage and we got to visit your quaint little neighbourhood. It’s….. quaint.

  2. Hehe, yeah, Kemptville is a pretty small place. Al’s is only about a 10-15 minute walk from my place. Come to think of it, pretty much everything is about 10-15 minutes from my place. ;)

    Looking at this picture again reminds me that I need to get out soon and take the “normal” water level picture. That will make the flooding panoramic look more impressive.

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