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Jan 20, 2012 12:15 |  #46

Thanks, I had no idea or desire to ever do this. I just stumbled on this thread this morning, and thought it was very cool. I followed the tutorial that Grom provided, and it just happened to work out.


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Jan 20, 2012 15:03 |  #47

I've been meaning to try this effect as one of my Proj. 365 pics! Thx for reminding me ;-)a

I had an oldie, but goodie, that I took back in 2003 of the WTC tribute lights. Made for a perfect candidate to try this effect!

The original:

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with the right edge slightly cropped off to make things line up better, and slight cloning in the middle to blend the edges together.
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Jan 20, 2012 16:32 as a reply to  @ JOSX2's post |  #48

Does Photoshop auto-fill with those radial lines in the corners? I don't think Gimp does, unless I'm overlooking a control somewhere.




  
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Jan 20, 2012 16:53 |  #49

Josx - very nice


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Jan 20, 2012 22:57 |  #50

Rudy2112 wrote in post #13739660 (external link)
Josx - very nice

Thx :-)


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Jan 20, 2012 22:59 |  #51

Buckeye88 wrote in post #13739548 (external link)
Does Photoshop auto-fill with those radial lines in the corners? I don't think Gimp does, unless I'm overlooking a control somewhere.

not sure what radial lines you're referring to...either in my pic or in the others that are posted. Could ya quote an example pic?


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Jan 21, 2012 04:44 |  #52

JOSX2 wrote in post #13741236 (external link)
not sure what radial lines you're referring to...either in my pic or in the others that are posted. Could ya quote an example pic?

Instead of the output being a circle, like in the second photo of https://photography-on-the.net …hp?p=12414491&p​ostcount=8 (and which is what I get out of Gimp), many of the square photos, including yours, have radial lines in the corners.

It was a pita for me to fill in the corners of the square. My first try, post #41, I copied a concentric circular portion toward the outside and pasted into a new layer, then scaled up that layer, leaving the banding. Afterward I thought of a better method where at the beginning I double the canvas vertically then copy/paste the picture at the top and flip that portion vertically. Now I have a bigger seamless sky. Merge/flatten, then crop out the top portion (non-sky part of the flipped original) and start the process.




  
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Jan 25, 2012 13:46 |  #53

Here's a new one, let's keep this thread going!

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The resulting pano can be seen in full 360 degree here: www.Photodr.ca/mec2 (external link)

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Jan 25, 2012 14:57 |  #54

Nice images folks! I especially like the weblike effect created by the mapping of the building framing.

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Jan 25, 2012 15:00 |  #55

Rudy2112 wrote in post #13737401 (external link)
Here is one I made from a team poster that I created

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Very cool concept - except the coaches hovering in the background look like Will Ferrell's character in the animated movie "Megamind."

Except they are not blue. :)

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Jan 25, 2012 15:52 |  #56

Rivest wrote in post #13766981 (external link)
Here's a new one, let's keep this thread going!

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The resulting pano can be seen in full 360 degree here: www.Photodr.ca/mec2 (external link)

That is rad.


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Feb 07, 2012 20:06 |  #57

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www.Photodr.ca/lma (external link) to see it in full 360°

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Feb 14, 2012 21:54 |  #58

stumbled upon this...i'd never even heard of panosphere before...i think they're pretty cool, and would like to give one a try...this may be a stupid question, but are there certain focal lengths that work better than others?


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Feb 15, 2012 08:30 |  #59

totally depends on what you want to accomplish and what your shooting

If you shooting an interior I find a wide angle is better, if your shooting something outside something in the 18 to 105 ish range works better. But there really aren't any rules.


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Feb 16, 2012 11:46 |  #60

mainly depends on the level of detail you want to have in your final image, and the amount of work you want to put in it to stitch. i'd say for spheres not so much detail is needed, so i'd go for a shorter lens. 10mm on the crop keeps the number of images reasonable.


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