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Aug 16, 2009 23:07 |  #1

Taken with a sx100is and merged together with photostitch. i know there are seams in it from the individual pictures but i don't know how to get them out. C&C always welcome

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Aug 16, 2009 23:23 |  #2

Nice photo, although the foreground (trees) seems a bit dark to me and is a bit distracting.


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Aug 16, 2009 23:30 |  #3

gcflora wrote in post #8472009 (external link)
Nice photo, although the foreground (trees) seems a bit dark to me and is a bit distracting.

i was thinking that as well but there was no way to get over top of the trees to get them out of the picture. i got out of the car and was walking into the restaurant when i saw this view.


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Aug 16, 2009 23:35 |  #4

Sharpmaxell wrote in post #8472037 (external link)
i was thinking that as well but there was no way to get over top of the trees to get them out of the picture. i got out of the car and was walking into the restaurant when i saw this view.

Yep, that's usually the case :)


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Aug 17, 2009 10:42 |  #5

Sharpmaxell wrote in post #8471942 (external link)
Taken with a sx100is and merged together with photostitch. i know there are seams in it from the individual pictures but i don't know how to get them out. C&C always welcome

http://i202.photobucke​t.com …orama/amishpano​rama-1.jpg (external link)

You've got a nice start there, better than what I started with doing my stitchings (that's what I get for forgetting my quick connect at home, and having to handhold and pan myself, LOL).
As far as how to get the seams out, I got mine out by doing A LOT of cloning while zoomed in at 200%. You can see two of my stitchings here: https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=736140 - there's a link to my website with a few more I've done). Like I said you have a good start already, the images seem lined up well already so the cloning is the easy part for you. Where was it snapped?


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Aug 17, 2009 14:36 |  #6

TSEE wrote in post #8473985 (external link)
You've got a nice start there, better than what I started with doing my stitchings (that's what I get for forgetting my quick connect at home, and having to handhold and pan myself, LOL).
As far as how to get the seams out, I got mine out by doing A LOT of cloning while zoomed in at 200%. You can see two of my stitchings here: https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=736140 - there's a link to my website with a few more I've done). Like I said you have a good start already, the images seem lined up well already so the cloning is the easy part for you. Where was it snapped?

thanks, it was taken behind a restaurant call "Der Dutchman" in Millersburg, Ohio. i was literally standing in the parking lot


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Aug 17, 2009 16:14 |  #7

Nice work.


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Aug 17, 2009 17:07 as a reply to  @ ronmayhew's post |  #8

If you have Photoshop you can probably get away with using the healing brush to conceal the seams.

The seams are most likely caused by differing exposure values. If your camera has a manual mode that allows you to keep the exposure values consistent across your frames you will not see the seams.


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Aug 17, 2009 17:16 as a reply to  @ GPFocussed's post |  #9

To many trees for my liking. Need a little more something to visualize on.


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Aug 17, 2009 20:26 |  #10

GPFocussed wrote in post #8476255 (external link)
If you have Photoshop you can probably get away with using the healing brush to conceal the seams.

The seams are most likely caused by differing exposure values. If your camera has a manual mode that allows you to keep the exposure values consistent across your frames you will not see the seams.

havent used that feature yet. i'll give it a shot


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