Photography and commentary from John Fujimagari


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If the above image looks funny, well that’s because it does look funny. It’s a composite of probably about 2 dozen images, and another iPhone app, Photosynth.

Photosynth is from Microsoft and in addition to the iPhone app there is a desktop program that you can use on your PC. If you click on the above image it will take you to a Photosynth web page where the image of a Mossleigh Sunset is hosted on a 3D viewer. You can pan and swivel the image around and even zoom in.


If you miss parts of the ground, it doesn’t show on the Photosynth but does show a weird pattern on the jpg created. Clicking on the above image will take you to my view of the Trans-Canada Highway next to the Columbia River northwest of Golden, BC.


I moved around to try and avoid including my vehicle in the image. When you do this, areas of the image may become misaligned. Clicking on this image will take you to the Photosynth of the Silver Willow Wetland west of Carstairs, Alberta.

You should give this a try on your iPhone or using your digital camera create a Photosynth with your PC.

In the best light…


One response

  1. Hi. I played with PhotoSynth before, it’s pretty interesting… 🙂


    May 30, 2011 at 06:53

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