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A collection of photography and exploration focusing on Upstate South Carolina and beyond.
I really want to contribute to Panoramio. Really, I do. I would love to have my photos show up in a native layer on Google Earth without having to use a third-party KML/KMZ file. So I’ve been looking for work-arounds for their security problems and inability to upload more than 10 images at a time. [...]
Last post I was singing the praises of Panoramio for location-based photo sharing. I’ve uploaded a bunch of photos, and had 250 approved for Google Earth. I was quite flattered. The selected photos included some of my best shots, and covered the entire US, from Florida to Maine, to Washington State. …and as of this [...]
I finally caved in. I’ve been uploading some selected photographs to Panoramio so that they will appear in the Google Earth Photos layer. As of this writing I have 121 photographs that have been selected to appear in Google Earth, and I’ve submitted more that are awaiting approval. If you’ve got a Google account, then [...]
Several months ago I wrote about an exciting new product from Microsoft called Photosynth. That program promised to produce 3D visualizations of a location based on a body of photographs. The concept was that a user could input a location, and such a visualization could be generated from Creative Commons images on Flickr, or some [...]