Sep 05 2007

Galbraith Lake Panorama

Published by at 7:30 pm under Alaska 2007

This photo is a 360 degree panorama of our campsite at Galbraith Lake. We were about 3 miles off the Dalton Highway, north of Atigun Pass and the Brooks Range. We still had about 135 miles to go to Prudhoe Bay and Deadhorse.

I stood in one location and took pictures in each direction as I turned. The truck is directly east of where I was standing.

If your browser works like mine you can zoom into the photograph to get the full effect. There is some spherical distortion, but it’s not too bad. I am posting it now since I just obtained the software to stitch pictures together.

Galbraith Panorama.jpg

3 responses so far

3 Responses to “Galbraith Lake Panorama”

  1. Donon 05 Sep 2007 at 8:14 pm

    Nifty. What software did you use to do that? My Olympus camera has a Panorama mode that makes it so the included Olympus software can create a photo like that but I haven’t seen standalone software that does it.

  2. Richardon 05 Sep 2007 at 8:23 pm

    It’s a free package called Autostitch. Here is a link to it:

  3. Darylon 05 Sep 2007 at 8:36 pm

    Nice. The thumbnail looks a little funny, but the picture is nice.

    There should be some associated SW that lets you go all the way around and get back where you started.

    And then add up and down…