Left to right: Kerr Admin Building, Education Hall, Benton Hall behind rows of Elm trees, Apperson Hall(third floor added in 1920).
Original 1907 photo can be seen at: http://digitalcollections.library.oregonstate.edu/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/archives&CISOPTR=207&REC=1
Oh, I don't correct my mistakes... I just make new ones.....
for a tour inside ...
Oregon State Highway Department road maps for 1955 shows this road but not labeled. The 1955 map does only show 30 for the highway currently in use, not 84.
On October 20th, 1804, Private Cruzatte, who was part of the Lewis & Clark's Corps Of Discovery, encountered a bear across from present day Bismarck and north of Fort Lincoln.
Hey, thanks for the compliment! :)
I just use my Photoshop Elements 5.0 stiching program. I use the Heal option to help fix any stich lines in the skies.
I end up using clone stamp to clone stamp over the stich line from the original image. That way the image retains a smooth transition from section to section.
Also I find that taking shots at 24mm or higher make it easier for the program to blend the sections together. I use to think the wider angle lens the better for stiching but I found that it causes some distortion and sections don't blend together very well.
Hope you have a wonderful New Year!
Photos were taken from right to left which after stitching creates a bad picture. Should be from left to right. I had to rotate each picture 180 degrees then stitched them upside down which looked alot better. After I rotated the whole panorama 180 degrees it came out the way it should be. Luckily it turned out pretty good.
This photo is a "re-photo" of the original one taken back in 1909 as seen on the wall of the guard house.