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  1. #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite
    Geoff,

    Take a look at the program called autostich located here:

    http://www.cs.ubc.ca/~mbrown/autostitch/autostitch.html

    It is what I and another person used in pictures previously posted. It is a free program developed by a university to stich together pictures. From what I can tell it does an awesome job. I didn't see any seems in my pano, even with it blown up. It also will do brightness adjustments, so that the brightness across images is the same. Many other detailed options. It is fairly fast especially compared to other programs I've read about, although it is definitely memory and cpu intensive. It took probably less than 10 minutes to stich together the pano of 4 images I had previously posted.

    The resulting image looks like what is produced by JPL when they stich together the images from the Mars rovers. I cropped the final image to take out the extra black space added to stich them together.

    Jason
    Nice program! See picture from 2x2=4 shots:
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    Last edited by Kushnirenko; 10-20-2005 at 12:00 AM.
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    4 shots for previous stitch:
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    The main lining in a computer - between the monitor and a chair
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    My First Pano

    Okay, no laughing you guys. I just got my A200 late last night, and our weather and lighting is positively awful......not to mention that I haven't a clue as to what I'm doing, but here's my first attempt at a panorama. Only stitched two frames and cropped around the edges (and lightened a wee bit and sharpened). There's a lot to learn about my new camera, but I am bound and determined to figure it all out. For today though, it was just a case of just playing.

    Anne

    If it stands still, shoot it!!!

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    The image is created by the program Camedia Master Pro. Compare to the image in the post # 101. Certainly the program autostich is better!
    Jason, many thanks for the link to it!
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    Athens Greece - Parthenon

    Taken with Canon S200
    Last edited by ktixx; 01-30-2006 at 08:03 AM.
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    No problem. I'm glad I found it. I doubt I would do pano's unless I had a nice program that did it easily for me. I'll probably try printing one up in the coming weeks and see how it turns out in print.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kushnirenko
    The image is created by the program Camedia Master Pro. Compare to the image in the post # 101. Certainly the program autostich is better!
    Jason, many thanks for the link to it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite
    Geoff,

    Take a look at the program called autostich located here:

    http://www.cs.ubc.ca/~mbrown/autostitch/autostitch.html

    It is what I and another person used in pictures previously posted. It is a free program developed by a university to stich together pictures. From what I can tell it does an awesome job. I didn't see any seems in my pano, even with it blown up. It also will do brightness adjustments, so that the brightness across images is the same. Many other detailed options. It is fairly fast especially compared to other programs I've read about, although it is definitely memory and cpu intensive. It took probably less than 10 minutes to stich together the pano of 4 images I had previously posted.

    The resulting image looks like what is produced by JPL when they stich together the images from the Mars rovers. I cropped the final image to take out the extra black space added to stich them together.

    Jason
    Haha, nice to see my university supporting a worthwhile area of research

    Here's a shot of UBC's famous Rose Garden (not in bloom though), overlooking the Georgia Strait and the Coastal Mountains beyond.


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    Quay "Lopanskaja"

    From this post I want to offer the new approach to accommodation of images in this forum.
    1. Specify a place and time of shooting.
    2. If there is an opportunity place maps crop and a direction of shooting. The reference to a web the version of a map is welcomed.
    3. The image should not exceed at width 800-1024 Pixels. It can be the link to the big image. It is in this case recommended place image size and file length.
    4. Specify quantity of pictures and parameters of shooting: ExposureTime, a FNumber, ISO and so forth.
    So we shall start:
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    Kharkiv. Ukraine. 5 shots. Jun, 24, 2005


    9750 x 1745 Pixels/2.23 MB


    EXIF Info:
    Model - C765UZ
    DateTime - 2005:06:24 20:50:23
    ExposureTime - 1/30 seconds
    FNumber - 2.80
    ISOSpeedRatings - 129
    FocalLength - 6.30 mm
    The main lining in a computer - between the monitor and a chair
    My photo gallery in Flickr

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    Square "Constitutsii"

    Kharkiv. Ukraine. 5 shots. Jun, 24, 2005


    9799 x 1760 Pixels/2.27 MB


    EXIF Info:
    Model - C765UZ
    DateTime - 2005:06:24 20:10:56
    ExposureTime - 1/80 seconds
    FNumber - 4.50
    ISOSpeedRatings - 64
    FocalLength - 6.30 mm
    The main lining in a computer - between the monitor and a chair
    My photo gallery in Flickr

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    Just nosed in to say - great job with the 180 degree shots Kushnirenko.
    I am pretty pleased with the free download of Auto stitch and I even used it
    for joing up a scan - I scanned a Vinyl record cover - it was too big for the scanner
    so I took 3 scans and used Autostitch - great stuff!!
    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
    NIKON D90 / D80. Nikon 16 - 85 VR, Tamron 28-200,
    Sigma 70-300APO, Tokina 100 AT-X Pro D.
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