Wow, this is a fantastic, fantastic shot. Seriously, I cant find any real faults in it. Only thing I would suggest is shrink it for display. I have image zoom (firefox rox!) and 50% of it's current size would look ABSOLUTELY fantastic. Right now on most screens it's so detailed (and so big) that you cant appreciate the overall feel. I think this would be perfect for a print (I don't know if DA does something in this aspect ratio, but if they don't, they should, just for this) but for screen viewing, even though it's supposed to be a widescreen/dual screen wallpaper, thats a much smaller audiance than the 1024x758 audiance, and this would really benifit from being able to be viewed properly by the general public.
Hi gemstones, here is a smaller version (1500x600): [link] May be it will fit better to a 1024x758 screen?
As an experiment look this one: [link] It has 1292x1024 and may fit also to 1024x758 but has already "fisheye-wideanglelens-character"...
Oh sorry, I was refering to the deviation apperence when people view it, probably should have worded it better. My point was, it's harder for people who click on the link to the deviation to see the whole thing when the image is twice as big as their screen.
But thanks for the link, I'm gonna stick it in my screensaver!
The name of the ingenious stitching programme is AutoStitch by
Matthew Brown and David Lowe
AutoStitch is world's first fully automatic 2D image stitcher. This demo
has been created to demonstrate the basic functionality of AutoStitch. The
user simply selects a set of images using the windows interface, and the
software automatically stitches them into a panorama. This program has
been tested under Windows XP/2000/98.
The programme has a small size smaller than 1 MB and it is free. Try it.
You may download it here: [link]