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Touareg
08-20-2008, 08:33 AM
Just wanted to thank everybody helping out a newbieĶ

After 1,5 weeks after I recived my NN3 MKII Im was able to make this 360x180 panorama.
http://viewat.org/?i=en&id_pn=2427&rc=1&sec=pn

A special thanks to john Houghton

Regards
Peter

nick fan
08-20-2008, 09:56 AM
good start.
nice place.
I can see some stitching errors. some steps or discontinuity.
the ultra-wide display window seems strange to me.


nick

John Houghton
08-20-2008, 11:36 AM
the ultra-wide display window seems strange to me.
Yes, it's far too wide, but it looks normal enough when you switch into fullscreen mode. It's not at all bad, but it could do with levelling properly to get the verticals vertical. This can be done during stitching (it takes about 40 seconds to level it accurately with t1 control points), or you can level the stitched equirectangular image in exactly the same way by starting a new project with it. See http://www.johnhpanos.com/levtut.htm

John

Bill Bailey
08-21-2008, 08:21 AM
Not bad at all for beginner - especially with attempting full spherical panos such as this :001_smile:
Just goes to show the learning curve isn't all that steep. It's easy for a novice can get out and produce respectable results straight away. The downhill path is a matter of tweaking and adjusting as well as learning short cuts and tricks to enhance your end output.
My little suggestion would be to give your set your panos into a given frame (unless doing full screen).
Keep up the great work!
Cheers
Bill

Touareg
08-23-2008, 03:17 AM
So I gave the panorama an overhaul in according to the welcome input, this time I think Ive got the verticals vertical, and solve some of the stitching alignment errors, primarily in the fountain and tiles surrounding it. Only a few errors left nowĶ. http://viewat.org/?i=en&sec=pn&id_pn=2427

Thanks again
Peter

Bill Bailey
08-27-2008, 09:17 AM
So I gave the panorama an overhaul in according to the welcome input, this time I think Ive got the verticals vertical, and solve some of the stitching alignment errors, primarily in the fountain and tiles surrounding it. Only a few errors left nowĶ. http://viewat.org/?i=en&sec=pn&id_pn=2427
Thanks again
Peter

Hey Peter - looks very good to me. It's hard to draw a line when it comes to seeking critiques - especially with our own work. It is my opinion most folks doing panoramas seek perfection. The perfect stitch, perfect exposure, perfect HDR merge etc. In beginning much of this can be a challenge but the more panos you do the better the work flow and the more refined the work becomes. This is a very good start for you for sure.
Bill