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Mar 30, 2013 18:43 |  #796

Here's my first attempt. 9-shot stitch using ICE, taken with my 50/1.4, and only from about 6 feet away. I tried to position my camera on the tripod so that my sensor was where I figured the center of the pivoting point was and then used the grid overlay in live view to pinpoint where to take the pictures. I also used the electronic level to help me keep the distortion down as much as possible. I know it doesn't have the 3D effect as most of the shots in here but at least I know I can successfully pull it off once I take it outside. Lots of great pictures in this thread...can't wait to contribute a meaningful one myself!

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Mar 31, 2013 07:33 |  #797

Quadna71 wrote in post #15773496 (external link)
Here's my first attempt...

Nice work. Using a longer focal length helps with a narrower overall DOF. That will add the pop.


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Mar 31, 2013 09:14 |  #798

Thanks. The 50 is currently my longest focal length so it will have to do. I was originally lusting for the 135/2 but lately have been looking more closely at the 100L macro as can work double duty for me.

I'm going to hope the rains hold off a few more hours so I can try this outside....after chores are finished :)


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Mar 31, 2013 09:16 |  #799

Hmm...maybe I can give the Rebel a try for this? The image quality isn't very high compared to the 6D, but considering the stitch process it still may work well. At least I can the equiv of an 80mm with the cropped sensor.


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Mar 31, 2013 12:18 |  #800

Quadna71 wrote in post #15775033 (external link)
Hmm...maybe I can give the Rebel a try for this? The image quality isn't very high compared to the 6D, but considering the stitch process it still may work well. At least I can the equiv of an 80mm with the cropped sensor.

That won't help, 50mm on crop will give you 1.6x(or 1.39 stops) more DOF than it would on the 6D, so you'd need more photos to get the same effect, 1.6x more photos to be exact!

I wonder what the brenizer method would look like if shot around 1:5 magnification(like with that 100L macro) using a couple hundred pictures to form the final pano, would definitely be an interesting thing to try!


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Mar 31, 2013 12:49 |  #801

Ah, I didn't look at it that way - thanks.

Here's another from the back yard. Seems like I'll need a longer focal length to help get that separation that makes the better shots look more distinct. Still a fun new method to mess with.

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Apr 04, 2013 16:59 |  #802

My Girlfriend's family has a ranch up in Mendocino county. Took my camera up on a little vacation we took over the past few days. Was raining most of the time but I got outside for the couple hours it wasn't:
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5DII | 85L II | f/1.4 | 1/250th | iso 160

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Apr 06, 2013 17:35 |  #803

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Apr 06, 2013 17:59 |  #804

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The pic is great! But even better is the the car. That is Sick!


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Apr 06, 2013 20:36 |  #805

Been giving this technique a little more effort lately, using Microsoft ICE has proved frustrating even using 30-50% overlap

From the 50 1.4 @f2

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From the 135L @ f2
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Apr 10, 2013 00:37 |  #806

HiepBuiPhotography wrote in post #15752712 (external link)
Why not shoot at 200mm, eman?

I don't know. I think I was lazy at the time, and didn't put much thought into it until I was editing it :o


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Apr 10, 2013 08:55 |  #807

Oh haha :lol:


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Apr 10, 2013 13:17 |  #808

Motor On wrote in post #15798455 (external link)
Been giving this technique a little more effort lately, using Microsoft ICE has proved frustrating even using 30-50% overlap

From the 50 1.4 @f2
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From the 135L @ f2
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your 50mm is where the problem lies. Too much distortion to get consistently good results.


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Apr 16, 2013 14:51 |  #809

First brenizer test with my new 85mm 1.8 :) Tell me what you think guys.

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Apr 16, 2013 22:03 |  #810

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