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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero
    Here's a panorama of the track of the High Speed Railway which is close to my hometown. It is still under construction. I don't know if it was allowed to stand where I was, but the fence had been left open and I didn't want to miss the opportunity.
    Nice, Prospero!
    And if to try to shot in 2 lines? That wires and rails have formed similarity of a lens...
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    Thanks Kushnirenko. Yes, two lines would have been much better. I also realised that when I was back at home stitching this thing. However, I was too lazy to cycle all the way back to this place .
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    Here's another one:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero
    Here's a panorama of the track of the High Speed Railway which is close to my hometown. It is still under construction. I don't know if it was allowed to stand where I was, but the fence had been left open and I didn't want to miss the opportunity.


    Prospero I like this picture. Especially the distortion of the rail track. I have tried to produce this same effect with PTGui and have not had success. Is there something you are doing when you take the shot that creates this? Or is there some specific function in PTGui that I am missing? I tried using the Cylindrical and Spherical alighments in PTGui and it doesnt seem to change my Panorama shots that much! (all this assuming that you are using PTGui). Teach me! :-)

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    Thanks Chris,
    Yes, I was using PTGui. The images I used to create were taken at 17mm and I was standing right next to the track. I think that being very close to the subject is the recipe for distortions like those in my picture.
    Just to give you an impression, here are two shots I used for the panorama:





    If you are further away from your subject the panorama will appear more flat. The stich by PTGui will then show hardly any distortions. Switching between spherical and cylindrical doesn't have any effect. It seems to me the differences between these two projection methods when used on such a panorama are subtle.

    I hope this helps .
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    Here's another panorama. Surprisingly, PTGui wouldn't stitch it. Must be because all that grass looks alike - or could it be because I just had 5 pictures of two or three different sheep taken at roughly the same place that I put together into one panorama .
    Anyway, I had to resort to manual stitching, so not all the stitches are flawless. Still, I thought the result looked pretty funny:

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    A panorama taken from the top of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, stitched together with Arcsoft Panorama Maker.
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    Did some experiments using autostitch: http://my.opera.com/Wutske/albums/show.dml?id=70812

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