Here is a section of digitally ‘stitched’ photos, which create panoramic views.
I really enjoy this technique! It’s the same as overlapping printed shots to create a poster.
The program is called “Double Take,” and I highly recommend it.
The Blueberry Patch houses
Inuvik’s colourful row houses
Sunset from Navy Road, seen Sept. 4 at 11:30pm
Suburban-style houses in Inuvik, Sept. 14, 2008
Hidden Lake in the falltime
The whole town! (Look closely, you’ll see everything)
Row houses in Inuvik
Reading the maps at the Inuvik Ski Club (this one has changes in lighting on the left..)
The community’s ski trails double as walking trails in the summer.
Demolition Derby 2008
Back window view from Parkview apartments
A strange-perspective view from the steps of Parkview apartments.
Sunset seen from Navy Road, Sept. 4
Back of Samuel Hearne high school, soon to be replaced by a larger school
Front of Samuel Hearne school in Inuvik
The community of Tsiigehthic, which is one hour’s drive away and Inuvik’s closest neighbour.
The community greenhouse on Sept. 1, 2008
AND NOW, the VERTICAL PANORAMAS:
Utilidor going towards Mountainview apartments in the evening. I used to walk on this to return from the liquor store quickly.
A piece of the Boot Lake trails, from the ground to the sky
Another utilidor in the falltime