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    Advice 2. Shot direction.

    When we shot gorizontal panoram lenz axe must be horisontal. In this case we have cylindrical image.
    If lenz axe not horisontal - we have a conical image. See below.
    Note: This image stitch manually with hend rotate each shot.
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    Advice 2.1. Correct shot direction.

    If our panoram shots produce conical image, wten you must correct it.
    Open ALL images in grapgical editor (Such as Adobe photoshop, Adobe Elements, Corel Photo-Paint, etc).
    Transform Perspective each image to same angle. Crop images and save it.
    Note: Program Camedia Master stitch ONLY images, that have same size! Remember this when Crop images.
    Next image create same as.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill D
    It's a shame that posting on this site makes the shots so small, as one of the joys of panoramas is to zoom in & go roving over the image it really give you the feeling of being there in a good shot. If anyone knows an easy way to post thumbnnails here that link to larger images for panorama shots it would be good for viewing.

    This Link have a next code in post:

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    [URL="http://photo.kushnirenko.com/albums/userpics/05-04-08-186-gd.jpg"][IMG]http://photo.kushnirenko.com/albums/userpics/thumb_05-04-08-186-gd.jpg[/IMG][/URL]
    Try it!
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    I feel a lot better now about some of the difficulties I have had - you have
    confirmed what I suspected with your examples.
    I actually brought the camera to work today to try and get some panoramas
    of Croydon from the top of my building and, of course, I can see there will
    be difficulties stitching together because of the changing angle of views
    looking tilted downwards.
    Anyway - I will store all these thoughts in my head and keep my 'Panorama
    eyes' open next time I go away for a break. Keeping the camera level will
    obviously help - I have some I took sideways (portrait) to try joining to see
    if that helped also.
    Great shots and examples - thanks
    Geoff
    Last edited by Geoff Chandler; 10-09-2005 at 06:00 AM.
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    Advice 3. Exposition.

    I think all clearly, that all pictures for a panorama should be made with an identical exposition.
    It is possible to make then, certainly, correction before their stitching. Otherwise distinctions in places of a stitch will be appreciable.
    If your camera has a mode "Panorama" it will make it automatically.
    Otherwise you should set a mode of manual exposition.
    For the majority of Digital Cameras this mode is designated by the letter "M".
    And here a raker lay. If we on the automatic device shall start to remove from right-left or left-right our panorama will look is rather pitiable. Why?
    The Digital Camera has considerably smaller range than a usual film. Therefore we should establish an exposition as it is possible more precisely.
    And to choose in qualities of an exemplary picture average on an exposition a picture.
    Especially it is actual for chambers which have function an autopanorama! For a panorama what picture I is lower has made the first?
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    Advice 3.1. Select Exemplary exposition.

    For Shot in Advice 3. I shot first this:
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    Advice 3.2. Home task. Select Exemplary exposition.

    In what direction the trial picture of this panorama has been shot?
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    Here's my first panorama. It was taken yesterday, from the stairs of the Oklahoma State Capitol, handheld.
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    wow, some great shots here guys, keep it coming!
    nothing special, but here's my contribution.
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    Canon 100-400mm F4.5 L, 85mm 1.8 18-55mm,

    You create your reality.

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    Wel - I am very impressed with all the clever Pano's here.
    I have decided I really need a proper Pano/Stitch program as
    it is SOOO hard to join them nicely - and they don't fit very well
    despite using longer focal legths and keeping the camera level
    etc etc. However - not to be defeated by it all - I have persisted in Serif
    photo Plus with this example of early morning Croydon (6 pics joined)
    - there's a boot sale started in one of the car parks, and the sun hasn't f
    ully come out.
    I am very happy to have comments, and critical suggestions etc
    Thanks
    Geoff
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