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Tuesday, January 5th 2010, 12:03am

Winter holidays in Amsterdam

In my holidays in Amsterdam I made some panos. I know they are not perfect but I'm exercising. *smile*


The car we slept in. I failed the nadir image so there is a black spot.






Quite junky as I was drunk when taking the photos, but amusing to watch.

Constructive criticism is always appreciated.
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Tuesday, January 5th 2010, 5:32am

I felt like I was drunk as I panned around that last one! *wacko* Setting vert points would level it out unless you wanted it wavy.

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Tuesday, January 5th 2010, 5:57am

A nice way of recording a vacation. I am a newbie and I like them all and I like the second best with the deep blue sky and the moon. I am trying to see the seams and look all connected perfectly. Will you kindly share what kind of camera and lens you used and the panohead if it is motorized. I am just using dlsr and 12-24 lens at 12mm, a panusaurus manual panohead, so I take 20 images in a panorama, seams are many so I have a hard time joining them perfectly specially interior of a house. Thank you very much and best regards.

Manuel

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Tuesday, January 5th 2010, 1:25pm

I felt like I was drunk as I panned around that last one! *wacko* Setting vert points would level it out unless you wanted it wavy.
When I saw It's all wavy and crappy I thougt it would be nice to leave it that way, as it would reflect my druggy mug. :P

I am trying to see the seams and look all connected perfectly.
They didn't match perfectly, I had to do some photoshop work. I think I didn't adjust my panohead properly, I will have to do that if I want to save that extra work.

Will you kindly share what kind of camera and lens you used and the panohead if it is motorized. I am just using dlsr and 12-24 lens at 12mm, a panusaurus manual panohead, so I take 20 images in a panorama, seams are many so I have a hard time joining them perfectly specially interior of a house. Thank you very much and best regards.
I am using a Peleng 8mm Fisheye on an Olympus E-510 with the Panosauras as well. For each panorama I shoot 18 images. I actually had to take less, but I like working with more substance for stitching and retouching.
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Wednesday, January 6th 2010, 9:13am

Thank you very much Dr. for the info, I am feeling confident that my equipments are workable. I am newly using autopano giga as my stitching program. I start my tour in autopano tour program and enhanced it tru the krpano. My cam is canon eos50d and sigma 12-24mm lens. I may buy in future an 8mm samyang so I can reduce my no. of images. I am just showing my tour offline, as I do not have yet a website.

Manuel

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