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Thread: Panoramas

  1. #201
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    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)
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    Autostitch enough quickly stitch to us panorama.
    To operate stitch we cannot in any way.
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    Olympus Camedia master Pro allows create to us four kinds of panoramas:
    - Parallel
    - Cylindrical
    - Spherical
    - Perspective
    To operate creation we also cannot in any way.
    Sometimes the program is mistaken - see four figure!
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    And the most powerful program which I use - PTGui
    In it I have the full control over process of stitch a panoram.
    The interface of the program will consist of two windows - the main thing where it is possible to set various parameters of a panorama. The second window - Panorama editor - allows to change a view of a panorama
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    The most interesting opportunity of the program - manual arrangement of control points.
    You can specify manually to the program of a which point in shots should coincide!
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    PTGui allows create to us three kinds of panoramas:
    - Rectilinear ('flat')
    - Cylindrical
    - Spherical
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    And not less interesting opportunity - management of " a line of horizon "!!!

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    Wow! Well in brief all. If there are questions - with pleasure they will be answered. And once again excuse for my English!
    Good luck!
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    Thumbs up Great !

    Well done !!! Nice examples !!

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    I have a couple of a sunset I took at Montreat, North Carolina last week.
    This one is 3 photos stitched together.
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    Same setting but zoomed in and using only 2 photos.
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