panorama experiments


My digital camera has a panorama feature that intrigued me enough to try to push its limits artistically. I know that the camera's internal algorithms try to stitch three separate photos together to create the panorama, but I wondered what would happen if I tried to make it difficult for the software to accomplish that. So, I intentionally took a sequence of blurry and/or smeared photos by rapidly moving the camera while each photo was taken, to see how the camera's algorithm would interpret the images. The stitching of these photos was not handled as I'd expected; the process is much more abstract, as these photos show. I was pleased with these initial tests, so I will be pursuing this further!

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