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need help with stitching or something

 
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Oct 31, 2016 14:30 |  #31

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yep! or bring an ultra wide lol which is better for me in the long run. less PP




  
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Nov 02, 2016 16:53 |  #32

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this was merged using the PSE10 function as discussed in another thread...

i learned on the forrum i needed to stay in the same spot and pan for my images (used 2) and i think it turned out really well....

i was slightly off center so the angles arent exactly the same which i believe is contributing to the curvature being asymmetric...

thanks to everyone here who is willing to share their knowledge



  
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Nov 02, 2016 18:01 as a reply to  @ Ltdave's post |  #33

Terrific!

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Nov 03, 2016 09:32 as a reply to  @ post 18170828 |  #34

John,
"Isn't that what stitching does?"

Yeah I suppose you are right. Except I was doing that stuff before they invented the 'stitching' term. I still copy & paste in favor of stitching.

I could fix the OP's original images and result in what he wanted. I think. ;-)a


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Nov 03, 2016 09:43 |  #35

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"Isn't that what stitching does?"

Yeah I suppose you are right. Except I was doing that stuff before they invented the 'stitching' term. I still copy & paste in favor of stitching.

I could fix the OP's original images and result in what he wanted. I think. ;-)a

I'd suggest you give it a shot...i dont see how it's possible after actually attempting it


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Nov 03, 2016 11:06 |  #36

ebiggs wrote in post #18170799 (external link)
I don't think you want to stitch the photos. All you need is to copy and paste the left or right part on to the other.
I think it should be pretty simple.


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Except I was doing that stuff before they invented the 'stitching' term. I still copy & paste in favor of stitching.

I could fix the OP's original images and result in what he wanted. I think. ;-)a

Go on then, do it.


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Nov 03, 2016 15:18 |  #37

I would like see this non-stitch method too. I tried with various programs and to do a composite manually (but really didnt want to invest the time). The different perspectives really make it almost impossible.




  
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Nov 19, 2016 11:41 |  #38

An attempt.


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Nov 19, 2016 11:46 as a reply to  @ Dave3222's post |  #39

Smooth, but your software deleted some people and the 40 yard line.




  
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Nov 19, 2016 13:16 |  #40

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thanks Dave!

im not sure theres any saving this set...

i was able to do a little bit of copy/cut/paste on the one full shot and the director likes it so im in the clear on this shoot...

i now know how to do this so i should be good for next time...




  
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Nov 19, 2016 14:32 as a reply to  @ kjonnnn's post |  #41

Sure did. This was just a one click thing. I image that it could be done properly but would require a lot more time.




  
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Nov 19, 2016 14:34 as a reply to  @ Ltdave's post |  #42

Yep t would take more effort to get everything right. I assume that there is a possibility to combine the two images but only if the effort is worth the end result.




  
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Nov 21, 2016 08:00 |  #43

kjonnnn wrote in post #18188919 (external link)
Smooth, but your software deleted some people and the 40 yard line.

Probably just some clarinets and stuff, no big deal. The sousaphones are intact, everyone else is just backup.


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