by Tony Karp

Here's a panorama from my drone, and two more

This is a panorama showing the road I live on. It's about a mile long and ends in a river that's also the county line. This a planar panorama. It works in a manner similar to a flatbed scanner. This one was shot from about 300 feet up. The panoramas that follow were shot from a higher altitude.

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The panorama below is the same scene, shot from about 1000 feet up.

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The panorama below is from the Mavic's altitude limit, about 1500 feet up.

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And here's a bonus! The panorama below was shot from a single vantage point, about 1600 feet up. It covers an area of about four square miles. The original image was about 235 megapixels.

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These panoramas are the result slowly tweaking and refining the process to yield something a little different in drone photography. I did this with my Mavic Pro drone and I used Litchi software to plan and execute the flights.

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