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Dec 22, 2007 22:13 |  #1

I wanted to post this to panoramic pictures game, but figured starting a thread in Experimental was probably best.

Anyway, I started out with these three images, which I took as a child. How forward thinking I apparently was ;) :

IMAGE: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2410/2129541047_1ebd913eba_m.jpg

IMAGE: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2081/2130319308_55bec45ca7_m.jpg

IMAGE: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2257/2129540557_2830e6e293_m.jpg

Not exactly an easy panorama to stitch, by any means. I loaded it into the hugin frontend for PTStitcher. After some work with control points, I was able to get the images to combine pretty reasonably:

IMAGE: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2262/2129549609_ea6bbf9f5f.jpg

It's not perfect, but with limited detail, I was able to muster a few good control points, giving me a decent panorama.

I'm pretty impressed with the tool. I'll have to see what I could do with these images manually, though, since the tool relies on control points that are extremely difficult to place. I'm impressed I got this from it though, with only a small amount of effort.

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Dec 22, 2007 22:44 |  #2

Mike, I am impressed that you thought of this when you were so young. The resulting image came out great.


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Dec 22, 2007 22:48 |  #3

Thats neat do you remember what you shot it with?


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Dec 23, 2007 06:44 |  #4

Impressive Mike. Not only the match up of the building, also the correcting of the color differences.


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Dec 23, 2007 08:45 as a reply to  @ Becky N's post |  #5

short5 wrote in post #4555109 (external link)
Thats neat do you remember what you shot it with?

Yep, a 110 camera...

(edit) I think this (external link) may have been the camera, or at least, that's what it looked like...


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Dec 23, 2007 08:46 |  #6

Becky N wrote in post #4556282 (external link)
Impressive Mike. Not only the match up of the building, also the correcting of the color differences.

Actually, the color correction happened in the stitching program. PTStitcher is incredible :)


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