A Few from Today
Got done with my job early and took a ride over to the summer hot spot to take a few shots. The place looked like a ghost town. Here are a few from today.
Need for speed.It will burn up your credit card faster than Don buying new glass. (sorry Don I couldn't resist) LOL
Twelve shot pano of the bay.(draw bridge was open I missed the boat)
Frank, on that pano .... did you use "auto" or "cylinder" orientation?
I found that "cylinder" tends to keep your horizon straighter.
I used auto. I never tried any of the other ones.
Well, recompile that 12 image pano using "cylinder" and see how it plays out. You may be surprised.
I will try it now.
Hey, that's a cool trick. I'll have to try that next time!
Guess I read that wrong!
Here's my crop ... thoughts?
My suggestion is to "watch that horizon" ... keep it lined up across the middle (I have a set of lines eatched into my focusing screen that helps with that issue, both vertical and horizontal).
A small bubble level can also help, but you really need to keep that horizon line the same in all the images to keep each frame from creeping around the panoramic line.
That's interesting, those are permanently etched on there? There is no provision for turning on gridlines like Nikon?
It is an inserted Katz-eye focusing grid ... and they are a little less obvious than the image demonstrates.
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