Panorama Photos Created By Photo Stitching

=== by Bob Sutherland ===

This is a collection of panorama photographs that I have created by merging together two or more overlapping photos using photo stitching computer software.

When two or more photographs overlap it is sometimes possible to merge them together into a larger panorama photograph using photo stitching software on a computer. Done properly each photo stitching program comes with instructions you should read before you shoot your photos. Specifically the instructions often state:

I did not read or follow any of these instructions when I was using a film camera. I was not aware that there was such a thing as photo stitching software to create a panorama until I bought a scanner that included the program in the box. Therefore it is strictly by chance and good luck that I have been able to go back through my collections of old photos to find some that I could photo stitch together.

Photo stitched photos of Kugluktuk, Nunavut, Canada 1996-1997
The community was previously named Coppermine and still part of the Northwest Territories when these photos were taken.
Photo stitched photos of Clyde River, Nunavut, Canada 1997-1998
The community was still part of the Northwest Territories when these photos were taken.
Photo stitched photos of Deer Lake, Ontario, Canada 1998-1999
Photo stitched photos of Split Lake, Manitoba, Canada 1999-2000
Photo stitched photos of Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan, Canada 2000-2004
Photo stitched photos from some of my trips and adventures during summer vacation.