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Mar 17, 2014 16:56 |  #2521

Distortion can come in to play with ultra wide angle lenses. Normally I would apply lens correction profile in Lightroom first to each frame then send to cs6 to stitch. As I said landscapes tend to offer much more room for error at times and you don't need to be as careful if you don't have anything to close to you but if you have a close subject you need to be a bit careful. I use a macro rail and a panning clamp as a cheap and compact way to get nodal rotation.


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Mar 17, 2014 20:39 |  #2522

xpfloyd wrote in post #16765570 (external link)
Distortion can come in to play with ultra wide angle lenses. Normally I would apply lens correction profile in Lightroom first to each frame then send to cs6 to stitch. As I said landscapes tend to offer much more room for error at times and you don't need to be as careful if you don't have anything to close to you but if you have a close subject you need to be a bit careful. I use a macro rail and a panning clamp as a cheap and compact way to get nodal rotation.

Going to St Louis in a week and won't have time to grab a macro rail so I'm going to have to do my best handheld for most of the shots and possibly carry around my Manfrotto tripod and ballhead for some planned photos. I suppose I will do my best to get the entire building in one shot with the ultrawide, but if I can't then I'm going to just overlay the image with at least 3 pictures taken and apply the lens correction in LR and stitch in PS5.5 :) Shouldn't be too bad.


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Mar 17, 2014 21:25 as a reply to  @ xarik's post |  #2523

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Mar 21, 2014 14:28 as a reply to  @ Zerimar's post |  #2524

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all hand held :)

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Mar 25, 2014 03:25 |  #2525

This is 6 shots with TS-E 90mm. 11276 x 5407.
Took a long time to get it to stitch properly (and still some imperfections) but pretty happy that it turned out how i'd envisaged.

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Mar 27, 2014 14:46 |  #2526

A couple from backcountry snowboard trip this weekend. Grays and Torreys Peaks are two Colorado 14ers.

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Mar 27, 2014 17:39 |  #2527

Beautiful picture! How did you got such a clear shot while you're shooting directly into the sun? Did you edit the picture? When I focus on a point with the sun in my frame, it gets all hazy from the sunlight.


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Mar 28, 2014 10:26 |  #2528

Bezerker1986 wrote in post #16791245 (external link)
Beautiful picture! How did you got such a clear shot while you're shooting directly into the sun? Did you edit the picture? When I focus on a point with the sun in my frame, it gets all hazy from the sunlight.

Thank you! The lens I used (EF 24-105mm ƒ4L) is pretty flare resistant, so shooting towards the sun is pretty easy :)

Quick edit from tonight, 4:24am here haha! Bed time soon...

6 shot panorama :)

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Mar 30, 2014 12:36 |  #2529

I took this one two days ago because I thought the sky looked cool and I only had this 10-20mm Sigma for one more night. Might be slightly out of focus, but I am happy with it due to me focusing with over live view manually :/

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Mar 30, 2014 22:19 as a reply to  @ xarik's post |  #2530

Here is one of my better attempts. This is Cook Lake in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming.

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Mar 30, 2014 22:30 |  #2531

^ nice!

Another panorama :)

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Mar 31, 2014 01:15 as a reply to  @ NCHANT's post |  #2532

Pano made during a roundtrip through the USA

Zabriskie Point:

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Mar 31, 2014 02:31 as a reply to  @ bvsteyn's post |  #2533

HuangShan China:

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Mar 31, 2014 06:28 as a reply to  @ dbur's post |  #2534

Nchant. I've been trying to get a full arcing Milky Way for some time now, but I haven't found the right place or right time. It tend to go directly overhead and a full panorama just gives a straight rendition with foreground on either side. Here is one that I did last summer. You've inspired me to keep trying.

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Mar 31, 2014 16:35 |  #2535

That looks pretty awesome doing it like that :)

This one was a pain in the butt:

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