View Full Version : Has anyone ever tried...
13th of June 2008 (Fri), 11:17
...to make a full 360x360 degree panorama? In other words, capture all the surroundings and make it into one huge image? I am talking about including the ground too.
I have an idea to make a stand for my camera to accomplish this.
13th of June 2008 (Fri), 11:23
Check this (http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=485509) out. She does some really incredible stitching. Search the forum for her posts to see many others. Also take a look at her website.
Try googling "homemade pano head" or "diy pano". I recently saw a whole tutorial about making one using plywood and Home Depot type materials.
13th of June 2008 (Fri), 12:35
That is really cool.
She is had made a QuickVR version of what I want to do. Now I want to attempt that someday LOL
14th of June 2008 (Sat), 08:28
Tips on shooting panoramic photos (http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=412143)
Software to make them:
The Panorama Factory: Distortion correction, virtual tours
Using PTAssembler: it will output a variety of TIFF files. there is a tutorial available at http://www.tawbaware.com/ptasmblr_tutorial.htm. I think the current price is $20 with unlimited upgrades
This doesn't seem too hard to make, but you will probably want to use heavier material.
Home made pano bracket (http://www.pbase.com/panotaker/home_made_pano_bracket)
Where to get extra wide prints done for panoramas? (http://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=518722)
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