A few random scenes – Pre 2012

Here are a few random panoramas from various places around Victoria I have taken in the last few years 🙂

Mt Buller, Victoria

The view from the top of ‘Holden Express’ chairlift, Mt Buller, Victoria.
Taken with Samsung Galaxy S2.
Stitched with Microsoft Image Composite Editor (ICE)

Ascot Vale, Cricket

Early morning shadows watching junior cricket at Fairbairn Park, Ascot Vale.
Taken with Nikon D60.
Stitched with Microsoft Image Composite Editor (ICE)

Anglers Tavern Flood

The Anglers tavern on the banks of the Maribyrnong River during floods on 15 January 2011.
Taken with Nikon D60.
Stitched with Microsoft Image Composite Editor (ICE)

2010 AFL Grand Final

The crowd at the 2nd AFL Grand Final for 2010 – St Kilda vs Collingwood – 2nd October 2010.
Taken with Nikon D60.
Stitched with Microsoft Image Composite Editor (ICE)

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About andforensic

I am a self confessed 'Fandroid' having owned several Android powered phones & tablets over the last few years. I also enjoy dabbling in some amateur photography when time and life permits ;-) The recent release of the Samsung Galaxy S3 has allowed me to combine both these passions! Although not a replacement for my DSLR's the phone's camera & panorama mode is fairly impressive for such a small form factor.
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3 Responses to A few random scenes – Pre 2012

  1. bluemoonmoments says:

    Love seeing photography from Melbourne, your photos are great, well done 🙂
    Just a random question, what app do you use on your galaxy s2 to take panoramas, they look great 🙂

  2. andforensic says:

    Thanks for the comment 🙂 There is plenty of great places to photograph in Melbs…just need more time to go see them all!
    The Mt Buller photo above was a number of photos taken in standard photo mode with the Galaxy S2 and Stitched using the Microsoft Composite Editor on the PC once I pulled the photos off the phone. The Photos in some of my other posts were taken with the Galaxy S3 and used the inbuilt panorama mode of the standard camera, with no 3rd party apps.

  3. bluemoonmoments says:

    I realized after I posted the question that there actually is a Panoramic mode in the camera and here I was downloading panoramic apps. Thanks for your help 🙂 your panoramas look great, it’s amazing how great photography looks these days just by taking it on your phone.
    Looking forward to more photography on your blog and don’t worry your not the only one having trouble figuring out the buttons and stuff on wordpress. 🙂

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