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Adding panoramic images as headers

Posted by murcha on December 5, 2007

Photos stitched into panorama

If you have downloaded the freeware Irfanview, a wonderful header for a blog or an online page can be created by stitching photos together to create a panoramic image. So, if you are in irfanview, ensure that all your digial photos are the same height and preferably same width. (Nb ensure that they are jpg and not bmp. Rename them through irfanview when you save as. I found the size 380 x 285 is good for a start) Goto image>create panorama>add image and continue adding as many images as you desire to form the header. Goto Tutorial sheet link at http://ejourneys.wikispaces.com/using+images for instructions on using irfan view. This is then saved as a jpg image and can be resized to the correct wordpress size by going to irfanview  image>resize/resample and keying in the correct height (try 770 x 223).

Note that text can also be added easily to the image. Goto edit>insert text into selection>key it in and choose colours etc.

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8 Responses to “Adding panoramic images as headers”

  1. It makes such a difference having hints like this appear on the Telegraph Anne. Everything helps to improve the presentation. Day 6 and 7 really look at presentation and inserting images.

  2. woodnymph said

    Very nice indeed. This is what I am trying to do, but with my own photgraph.

    Vi

  3. Lori said

    There’s something very satisfying about having a custom-made, signature image as your header.

  4. imogen88 said

    Fantastic idea!

  5. espirit07 said

    Thanks for this GREAT tip! I had never heard of Irfanview. Now, I can’t wait to try it using images from my art collection. A signature header adds the right touch of authenticity to the blog.

  6. manonf said

    Thanks for this information! I downloaded irfanview. It is quite easy to use and completes nicely the work with Paint by adding some nice effects.

    By the way, the upper picture is very cool (Mr Techno)! 😀

  7. […] am so excited this worked! I used information from web2telegraph to create this panoramic. The scary part was downloading from IrfanView because I am just not […]

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