Sunday, 12 May 2013


As I mentioned in the previous post, last weekend we spent a few days away staying in Grasmere in the Lake District. While we did have quite a bit of wet weather we were lucky in that we did manage a single dry day for a nice walk around Grasmere; the lake not the village.

At the south end of Grasmere you can easily get right down to the waters edge, which seemed the perfect place to play with automatic panorama option on the new camera. I'm not sure if the quality is quite as good as when manually stitching the photos together (you can take a lot more photos that way), but it certainly is much easier and quicker, with the advantage of instantly knowing if it worked or not.
12 May 2013 at 15:55 , ADRIAN said...

Looks fine Mark. You even found a gull. It would be interesting to see what the image would be like upsized. Genuine Fractuals used to be the best but adobe resizing is excellent now. Bicubic auto works most of the time but they still have bicubic smoother for upsizing. It used to be rubbish but seems fine now.

12 May 2013 at 17:24 , Helen said...

Glad you guys managed to get away for a break.

19 June 2013 at 20:22 , GB said...

It's a long long time since I actually stayed in Grasmere (at The Swan) but it still has many attractions.

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