08/23/13 179 W, 2 I - + 1 - 4 AutoStitch Phone App

Newer models of the iPhone have a feature on their camera app that takes panoramic photos. Works great, except that the saved images don't have terribly high resolution. I'm now trying the AutoStitch app, which costs $1.99, was installed yesterday, and that produced this image taken this morning at Hillsborough Street and Glenwood Avenue. Unlike the iPhone camera's panorama mode, AutoStitch requires frame-by-frame shooting. This is a good advantage if there are moving objects in the frame. Below are pre- and post-PhotoShop versions, so you can see "right out of the camera phone" looks like.1 These are full resolution at maximum settings in the app, by the way. Large files. Click once or twice to enlarge. No safety vests were harmed in the making of these pictures...

Yeah, there are a couple defects. One of the stitched images has some blur. Probably camera shake. There's a ghost person on the far right of the frame, as well. And there's an idiot directly behind the camera, though he's not pictured. Next time will do better.

Was the signal malfunctioning? ... the cross-street signal is yellow with the through-movement as green?
Jason Schronce - 08/23/13 - 08:42

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