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  1. #211
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    Imitation lens "fish eye" with the panorama. 9 shots. Kharkiv, Ukraine. Fuji FinePix S9500. Jan, 09, 2006
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kushnirenko
    Imitation lens "fish eye" with the panorama. 9 shots. Kharkiv, Ukraine. Fuji FinePix S9500. Jan, 09, 2006
    Interesting idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kushnirenko
    If simply combine these 3 shots we shall receive something similar to these.
    Let's not overlook that Focal length 6.2 mm S9500 equivalent to 28 mm on a 35 mm camera (Wide angle)!
    For stitcing panoramas I use 3 programs:
    - Autostitch (www.autostitch.net)
    - Olympus Camedia master Pro
    - PTGui (www.ptgui.com)
    Kushnirenko - these descriptions and examples were really fascinating, you have put a lot of effort into this and I enjoyed reading it and seeing your examples.
    It is always difficult to decide which is best - I guess it depends on the photo you are taking. Sometimes I have to resort to manual stitching - which is hard sometimes when things won't fit easily.
    Do not worry about your English - it great that you can talk to us - I couldn't speak your language!
    Thanks again
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler
    Kushnirenko - these descriptions and examples were really fascinating, you have put a lot of effort into this and I enjoyed reading it and seeing your examples.
    It is always difficult to decide which is best - I guess it depends on the photo you are taking. Sometimes I have to resort to manual stitching - which is hard sometimes when things won't fit easily.
    Do not worry about your English - it great that you can talk to us - I couldn't speak your language!
    Thanks again
    Geoff
    Thank Geoff
    It is really difficult to choose what kind of a panorama more all it is truthful. In fact our sight sees the world as a spherical panorama, and already our brain transforms it into a picture similar to these:
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    Nice idea with the fish eye emulation. I think I must have missed something- do you mind sharing how you accomlished this? I was going to buy a fish eye lens but I think this PTGui wjill hold me over if I can make fish eye shots like you have shown Krushnirenko.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Esoterra
    Nice idea with the fish eye emulation. I think I must have missed something- do you mind sharing how you accomlished this? I was going to buy a fish eye lens but I think this PTGui wjill hold me over if I can make fish eye shots like you have shown Krushnirenko.
    Well. 9 shots. (3x3)
    Some EXIF data:
    Model - FinePix S9500
    DateTime - 2006:01:08 12:30:05
    ExposureProgram - Manual control
    ISOSpeedRatings - 80
    ShutterSpeedValue - 1/52 seconds
    ApertureValue - F 2.83
    BrightnessValue - 5.01
    FocalLength - 6.20 mm


    Distance to home - approx 1-1.5 meter
    Stitched in PTGui (In Autostitch I have same result)
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    Here is a vertical of a building in Asheville, NC. I have been playing around with these vertical panos but can't seem to get them to line up properly. Also the camera really screwed up the brick pattern. It was a normal pattern, no swirls.
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    Anybody used one of these before?

    Kaidan KiWi Panoramic Tripod Head

    I got one for Christmas, just waiting for my new lens to arrive before I give it a proper test run.

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    I bet that would take care of some of my alignment problems. Of course if I carried the tripod around, that might help too. Let us know how it works.
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