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Hello

I have one problem with my hardware fisheye lens. What do you think about crop at the bottom of this picture. Is it very important to have all the picture or do you think my ccd captor error does not create error in panorama picture

Second question is about my techniques. I haven't got great tripod, then I realise panoramas without. I use philopod technique to take fisheye pictures. Do you think errors at the top of panorama (link below) provide from this technique?

I use ae lock and f=6.7

http://60gp.ovh.net/~rideone/panoramique360/tourisme/biscaplage/

thanks a lot

Matthias

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Hey Matthias,

I couldnt see any errors at the top. Is too dark blue to be able to appreciate any errors.

Your stitching seems good to me. How many shots did you take and what stitching software were you using?


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Yes.. this is a good 3 shot panorama. - Good Job.

I can see the 3 way star up in the top zenith. 

Typically the way you remove the star.. is while in PhotoShop... zoom into the very top 5 - 10 pixels of the image.... and use the clone to remove the extra 5 pixel darkness across the full width of the image. 

Usually place the selector  +  pointer about 10 pixels below.. and the target O pointer right on the edge.. and copy the lower pattern to the top edge. 

This should remove the zenith 3 way star.

Hope that helps


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Yes like you say is too dark!!!!!!

I use panoweaver 3.01 and 3 fisheyes pictures. The top is bad  with 3 lines spirals. Do you think dark provide from iso 100 I use or f 6.7 or maybe ae lock on lighter picture??????

 

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Dave

Thanks a lot  for these tips!!!!

I 'm trying to shoot same pictures tomorrow whith another exposition and aperture and try your tips in Photoshop!

Matthias


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The ZENITH can be removed using Photoshop... on the original stitched image.

Or after automatic stitching.. you might try MANUAL stitching.. and adjust the blending from default 5 to say 10.. that might also remove the Zenith Star.

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Ok

 

I use blending adjust 5 to 10 and I look at better view dispite of darkness!

http://60gp.ovh.net/~rideone/panoramique360/tourisme/biscaplage/


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matthias,

Your tour looks good to me. Because it's an outdoor shot, its hard to see the mismatching.

If you want to enhance it , my suggestion is to finish removing your shadow from the sand to give it a more professional look.


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Thanks vt360?

Could you explain me how to do this?

In fact I take these pictures in winter here in France and sun is on 1pm afternoon  position!!!

 


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I thought you had done some cloning and touching up with photoshop on your panorama, as I didnt see the tripod cap.

I'm not a big techy or photoshop expert. Maybe I wasn't clear. Use the cloning tool in photoshop to cover your shadow with sand.

 


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Hi matthias,

Looks good! Although a little dark.

Is the reason we don't see the tripod because of the "cropped" fisheye shot as shown in the first post?

I agree with VT360 that the shadow needs to be removed with Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro etc.

Thanks for sharing your work, I look forward to seeing more.

Regards, Smooth