{PIC} Playing with Autopano and PTGui

Discussion in 'Australia Photography' started by Father McKenzie, Mar 25, 2008.

  1. so are you saying your Douggie, or are you saying you can make a stepped out
    panno like Douggie claims, yet has failed to reproduce ??
    Atheist Chaplain, Mar 28, 2008
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    bugbear Guest

    The extra control in Hugin comes in handy when you're pushing
    the envelope.

    bugbear, Mar 28, 2008
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    ray Guest

    Absolutely. I've only used pandora on fairly mundane projects.
    ray, Mar 28, 2008
  4. Hey **** knuckle, didn't you write a 2000 word post not that long ago
    that my email address wasn't valid?
    ^Ebony-Temuchin^, Mar 31, 2008
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    PixelPix Guest

    Nice image - very calming. It looks like it could have been shot up
    at Bribie Island QLD.

    I have just modified my home made pano head so that I can do multi row
    for "uber"pixel images. Here is my first 25 image x 3 row test
    shot.... (it's just a crappy shopping center shot, I used the time
    while my son was in Tae Kwon Dodo across the road)


    PTGui and Enblend had no trouble at all with the stitch. It ended up
    a 180 degree FOV image, at over 800mb in size, with dimensions near 2m
    wide x 1m high @ 300ppi. Now I just need the time and location for
    real pic.


    PixelPix, Mar 31, 2008
  6. Nice job on the homemade bracket, Russell. I also like your choice of the
    lens as well. Also, is that a K-Mart I see in the background? I hope not.
    Next you guys will be afflicted with the virus we call Wal-Mart.

    Rita Berkowitz, Mar 31, 2008
  7. ?? aus photo where it belongs? Why doesn't it belong at alt.photography?
    Father McKenzie, Apr 1, 2008
  8. I might have to try out one of those pano heads. The carpark shot looks
    Father McKenzie, Apr 1, 2008
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