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Mar 10, 2014 10:45 |  #2506

D_M_JP: I love the bars (I forget the name of them) added into your image :). Makes it much more dramatic. Very neat.

Mikey: Seamless. I'm just going to leave my awe of your images for Flickr and Facebook :P


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Mar 12, 2014 19:41 |  #2507

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Mar 12, 2014 21:47 |  #2508

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Mar 12, 2014 22:32 |  #2509

amazing shot :cool:


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Mar 13, 2014 00:39 |  #2510

Parawa, South Australia.

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Mar 13, 2014 06:33 |  #2511

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amazing shot :cool:

Thanks so much. I just mounted that one! :)


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Mar 13, 2014 23:35 |  #2512

Amazing work on this page wow!


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Mar 14, 2014 16:41 |  #2513

Oh shucks! I went out the other day and took a bunch of photos of a building in Milwaukee with a four sided clock on it...I come back and try the photomerge on PS and it fails miserably....So first things first, does anyone have any suggestions for what I shoot it again? (I shot it at a tid bit of an angle, handheld). And second: How do I get PS to do a good job as merging night photography with so much black space?


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Mar 16, 2014 05:53 |  #2514

One from last weekend :D

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Mar 16, 2014 16:14 as a reply to  @ NCHANT's post |  #2515

3 photos stitched

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Mar 16, 2014 16:41 |  #2516

Incredible incredible.
I'm gonna practice more panoramas this weekend


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Mar 16, 2014 17:50 |  #2517

Handheld pano of Canberra

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and I inadvertently re-shot it with full tilt up :oops:, hadn't intended to do this, full blur with sharp slice on far lake edge
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Mar 16, 2014 23:08 |  #2518

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Mar 17, 2014 07:53 |  #2519

xarik wrote in post #16759027 (external link)
Oh shucks! I went out the other day and took a bunch of photos of a building in Milwaukee with a four sided clock on it...I come back and try the photomerge on PS and it fails miserably....So first things first, does anyone have any suggestions for what I shoot it again? (I shot it at a tid bit of an angle, handheld). And second: How do I get PS to do a good job as merging night photography with so much black space?

If you are handholding and your subject is relatively close you need to try and pivot the lens/camera when taking the shots i.e. after you take your first shot try not to rotate your whole body for the next shot (resulting in the camera being 6 inches from where it was for example), instead try and keep the camera in the same place when you rotate. There is a bit more forgiveness when shooting landscapes and you get away with more error but for close subjects and buildings and the like you need to try and get all the shots from the same point as best you can or the perspective changes between shots and photoshop wont be able to deal with it.

Using a tripod would help with standard rotation but it wont be perfect until you rotate on the lens nodal point. This is how pano heads work. Tilt shift lenses also allow perfect stitching from shifted shots. Obviously Im not suggesting you go out and buy more gear but you might find results are better by using your tripod with a standard head and rotating.


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Mar 17, 2014 16:52 |  #2520

xpfloyd wrote in post #16764287 (external link)
If you are handholding and your subject is relatively close you need to try and pivot the lens/camera when taking the shots i.e. after you take your first shot try not to rotate your whole body for the next shot (resulting in the camera being 6 inches from where it was for example), instead try and keep the camera in the same place when you rotate. There is a bit more forgiveness when shooting landscapes and you get away with more error but for close subjects and buildings and the like you need to try and get all the shots from the same point as best you can or the perspective changes between shots and photoshop wont be able to deal with it.

Using a tripod would help with standard rotation but it wont be perfect until you rotate on the lens nodal point. This is how pano heads work. Tilt shift lenses also allow perfect stitching from shifted shots. Obviously Im not suggesting you go out and buy more gear but you might find results are better by using your tripod with a standard head and rotating.

Great advice! I didn't even get a full understanding of the nodal point until you mentioned this. I now see how people use the rail and a standard head as they are pivoting on the point of the lens, not the body. Thanks! I will remember to do this in the future when I shoot. Luckily i'm only a couple minutes away from the building I shot and can easily go back for another photo when it's warmer :P.

Do panos work with an ultrawide lens? I was going to use a 10-20mm Sigma on my crop body. I'm guessing it will, but wasn't sure with distortion


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