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Thread: Panoramas

  1. #151
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    The talent here is amazing!
    eaglssong - Great backyard.
    JTL - That would look good hanging on any wall.
    Kushnirenko - Company MKS. The house of electronics - Very nice!
    meillana & amdhappy - Nice golf course shots.

    Here is a new one from me. This is a view from my new apartment complex in North Carolina. My building would be down the hill and to the right. (not seen here) This is only 3 photos taken vertically and rotated to stitch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by American Nomad
    Here is a new one from me. This is a view from my new apartment complex in North Carolina. My building would be down the hill and to the right. (not seen here) This is only 3 photos taken vertically and rotated to stitch.
    Nice shot AN - it's a trick I have used a few times - actually it seems that
    the pictures can stitch easier if taken in portrait and rotated for stitching.
    The other thing to stear away from is very wide angle as the barrel distortions
    make it harder to marry up the details.
    I am just back from a short break - I have several shots to assemble for
    panoramas - hopefully I will get them assembled over the next few days...
    Glad to see people are still posting on this thread.
    Geoff
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    Wales Coastline

    Here's one quickly rattled off from the South of Wales
    where we took our break last week
    Geoff
    (Gotta just say - the sky actually did that - it was grey inland
    and blue over the sea!!! maybe stitching has slightly made that
    look fake?? - I may go back and PP it to look more real later...)
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    Another from the same holiday - Autostitch didn't want to know
    with this one - it refused saying there were no images - originally
    there were 5 - I did it manually and used 4 of them.
    The streaks of different colour vertically are NOT my bad stitching
    it was like that!!
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    ~ heres the evidience from a single shot -
    Obviously I played around a bit after assembling the Pano
    with the colour and contrast etc
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    Last edited by Geoff Chandler; 12-04-2005 at 11:43 AM.
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    Sunset in Canterbury.



    Edited: I used six vertical images and stitched them together with Panorama Factory. Then a bit of Photoshop work to get three different coloured images.
    Last edited by amdhappy; 12-07-2005 at 12:17 AM.
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    Comments always welcome!

  7. #157
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    This thread inspired me to try my first panoramas.
    I'm using Panorama Maker 3 that came with my panisonic camera.
    The problem I'm having is the distortion in the corners. (see the pic below)
    I get it on all panoramas regardless of how many pictures i stitch together.
    I know i can crop it out, but what am I doing wrong?


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    Quote Originally Posted by freedom1
    This thread inspired me to try my first panoramas.
    I'm using Panorama Maker 3 that came with my panisonic camera.
    The problem I'm having is the distortion in the corners. (see the pic below)
    I get it on all panoramas regardless of how many pictures i stitch together.
    I know i can crop it out, but what am I doing wrong?
    freedom1 ~
    You are doing nothing wrong at all. When the stitch programs
    manipulate the images to fit they seem to have to twist and compress
    parts of each picture in order that the details all marry up. The result is some
    curved edges and bits.
    So - you have a choice: - Leave it like that, crop it to square it off,
    or clone in around the edges. Personally I am happy to do a mix of the last two.
    Please post us some more, as and when you do them - and it is interesting
    to hear any things you find or try at the ame time.

    amdhappy ~ that's a lovely panorama you posted.

    Guys - it is interesting if you include a bit about how you did your panoramas.
    One pointer - to post them on here and still make them visible without having
    to scroll left and right - the max size would be 1000 wide ( or just under).
    Really nice to see so many great pano shots - I have another to post soon -
    just got to find a bit of time when I'm not working to put it together.
    More soon..
    ~ Keep them coming.

    Geoff
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    NIKON D90 / D80. Nikon 16 - 85 VR, Tamron 28-200,
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    SB600 flash. Panasonic DMC-TZ25

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    Thank you Geoff for pointing me in the right direction. I never thought of using the cloning tool. I played with the cloning tool using Gimp and can see that it'll get the job done. All i need now is some time to learn the software. This is all new to me. All I've ever done untill now to tweek my pictures was to adjust the brightness and contrast or just use the "I'm feeling lucky" feature in Picasa.

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    The streaks of different colour vertically are NOT my bad stitching
    it was like that!!
    Geoff, I don't think you can do any bad stitching! I really like the one of the Wales coastline. Maybe, one day, I'll be a European Nomad and get to see some of the beautiful sights you have captured and shared. Keep up the good work!
    Sony DSC-P200
    Maybe I should change my name to
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