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  • My Second 'OK' Panorama

    Here is my second 'OK' panorama:

    http://laosteria.ca/panos/restaurant/backyard/tour.swf

    It is my backyard. Sorry I do not have a more interesting subject. The mess in the yard is because we are doing some renovations and our lawn mower broke (that is why there is a strip cut out in the grass). Anyways, here are the specs:

    Camera: Canon EOS Rebel XSi
    Lens: Canon EF 18mm-55mm lens
    Focal length: 18mm
    Aperture: 11 (f-stop)
    ISO: 200
    Speed: 1/200 sec.
    Metering mode: pattern

    Tell me what you think. Comments, criticism, suggestions and tips are welcome. I am still learning.

    PS. the tripod in the nadir was covered up using Adobe Photoshop CS5's Content-Aware Fill not a nadir shot.

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    Re: My Second 'OK' Panorama

    Not taking into account the nadir the overall panorama is not bad.
    Granted the subject matter was very forgiving - much more than say an interior shot with tiled floors and decorated ceilings. So it's hard to pick out the little things. Guess maybe watch your leveling a bit more and on my PC the loader bar kept loading on and off as I rotated around.
    Keep up the great work.

    Bill

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      Re: My Second 'OK' Panorama

      Originally posted by Bill Bailey View Post
      Not taking into account the nadir the overall panorama is not bad.
      Granted the subject matter was very forgiving - much more than say an interior shot with tiled floors and decorated ceilings. So it's hard to pick out the little things. Guess maybe watch your leveling a bit more and on my PC the loader bar kept loading on and off as I rotated around.
      Keep up the great work.

      Bill
      You are absolutely right, the subject matter was forgiving so it worked much better than if it had been a situation like you mentioned. As for the leveling, I had not noticed (not because it is minor but because I miss things sometimes). And for the loading bar issue, I have no idea. I used Autopano Tour to create the tour, so I think it is a KR Pano issue. Thanks for the comments.

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