These are all from Xbox One. My photos are not great, but occasionally I do get lucky. There aren’t many here since most of my photos are for showing liveries; those are over on my Paint Booth thread. I’ll start off with a couple of stitched together panoramas I made for the dual 4K monitor setup on my PC I just built (it’s Win7, that’s why I don’t play FH3 on the PC):
These are comprised of 21 to 30 photos - going from 1K to 2x4K would technically mean only 8 pics are needed, but there needs to be enough overlap to eliminate all those watermarks and still give you enough room around the edges - I fell short on height and width on the upper panorama and was only over by a pixel or two on width of the lower…it’s too much work for a so-so result. If you are not at 20x zoom, perspective’s gonna mess up alignments, and figuring out composition is near impossible - if you took 50 photos that might give you options for framing the composition, but you’d likely be insane at that point.
[EDIT] I took a few hours using a graphic program I am more familiar with to re-assemble the second pano from scratch, and it came out pretty good - it was still only a few pixels wider than needs be, but I made it much taller to give me placement options using the freeware “Dual Wallpaper”.
This took about 32 photos (4 rows of 7 each with duplicates in the center of each row with watermarks moved to ensure coverage) at 20x zoom each shot is 2 degrees apart horizontally and each row is 1.2 degrees apart vertically. Even though it registers tenths of a degree, the camera moves quite a bit within those tenths - so you should decide when moving the camera whether it’s gonna be at the point just after it registers the 1.2 degrees of movement (for instance) or just before it ticks over to 1.3 degrees. It sounds penny ante, but having holes in your panorama is a likely result.
Of course, easier still is playing this on Win10 where 4 shots is good for a single 4K desktop, and 6 - 8 shots for dual monitor desktops. Made some while trialing Win10 playing Forza Apex:
Those were the only 2 I could assemble, there were others that I just couldn’t make work…
Here’s some vertical compositions:
And the rest:
That’s it for now, critiques are welcome and full size images can be DLed from the gallery on this very site.