Learning to use Panorama factory
I remade the pano using the cylindrical projection mode, instead of perspective projection mode. Makes a big difference (eliminates the distortions)
the cloud formations in right of picture are natural and not a result of a stitching problem (my initial thought)
QUOTE=bestdog;163069]Thanks for feedback Prospero,
I'll work on reducing the distortion on sides. Besides widening the scope of what is photographed, then cropping, any tips?
With the first pano I realised after stitching it together that I should have taken the images as portrait and included more of the foreground: that striking mustard roof.[/QUOTE]
Eden Harbour, South Coast, New South Wales
Thanks for feedback Prospero, it's encouraging.
I'm now starting to get the hang or the stitching software (Panorama Factory).
This one is of Eden Harbour, a fishing village on South Coast of new South Wales. It is also a timber logging area and the smoke in background is from a fire to do with that. 4 images were taken, hand held and without my trusted circular polarising filter.