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May 02, 2017 06:30 |  #3586

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May 02, 2017 16:03 |  #3587

First picture is Detroit skyline as seen from Windsor Ontario. Second picture is Grand Canyon. Can't remember how many photos were used

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May 02, 2017 22:45 |  #3588

Martin Dixon wrote in post #18344175 (external link)
Amazing.

One of the disadvantages ofliving the Northern Hemisphere is we can't see nearly so much of our own galaxy :(


Yeah you get an easier time with the northern circumpolar point but we get longer nights with the core and the satellite galaxies


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May 04, 2017 14:02 |  #3589

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May 06, 2017 21:04 |  #3592

High Plains - Pawnee National Grassland, NE Colorado

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May 07, 2017 04:53 |  #3594

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May 08, 2017 09:34 |  #3595

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May 11, 2017 08:16 |  #3596

No pics in this post just a question. I'm pretty good with panorama's but have a new 8-15mm Fisheye type lens.

Anyone ever tried to shoot and then stich a panorama together with a lens that wide?


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May 11, 2017 10:14 |  #3597

dhornick wrote in post #18351809 (external link)
I'm pretty good with panorama's but have a new 8-15mm Fisheye type lens.

With a full frame fisheye another option is a one-shot pano.

Shoot at 15mm, but with the horizon line through the diagonal instead of level. In post processing, use the horizon tool to re-level the horizon and crop. You'll have a very wide panoramic result and can shoot scenes with movement present.




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May 11, 2017 16:34 |  #3598

primate wrote in post #18351884 (external link)
With a full frame fisheye another option is a one-shot pano.

Shoot at 15mm, but with the horizon line through the diagonal instead of level. In post processing, use the horizon tool to re-level the horizon and crop. You'll have a very wide panoramic result and can shoot scenes with movement present.

I'm not really sure what you mean by diagonal? Do you really mean to shoot at 15mm and hold the camera so the horizon line goes from corner to corner of the view finder? As if measuring a Television screen for size? If so, I would be astounded that the stitching program can find enough data to match up. I'm definitely going to give it a try though.


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May 12, 2017 00:23 |  #3599

Cathedral Valley in Capitol Reef. 4 photos.


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May 13, 2017 21:47 |  #3600

dhornick wrote in post #18352206 (external link)
Do you really mean to shoot at 15mm and hold the camera so the horizon line goes from corner to corner of the view finder? As if measuring a Television screen for size?

Yes.

If so, I would be astounded that the stitching program can find enough data to match up. I'm definitely going to give it a try though.

It's a one shot, no stitch pano. You straighten the horizon line back to level in post processing. A full frame fish eye is 180 degrees through the diagonal. You need a give up a little of the 180 degrees to get enough pixel height for the side, but you are still in the ~140-~160 degree range of horizontal coverage. The FF FE diagonally can shoot the panoramic in one shot, If there is movement (people, vehicles, clouds) you don't get artifacts from stitching.




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