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2009-11-13
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I do not re-level between shots. I do it exactly as You said I should do.
I uploaded it half sizing:
4 shots at U 88.5, 89.5, 90.5, 91.5, 92.5 UXX_L54_4.zip
6 shots - UXX_L54_6.rar

Once again thanks for your help.
Kasper
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Quote: Originally posted by kasper on November-13-2009
I do not re-level between shots. I do it exactly as You said I should do.

Just making sure!



OK, this is where we are at. U92.5L54.0 which is the upper limit of the images supplied.

These are good enough to run with.

If you like do some at 93.0, 94.0, 95.0 and 96.0 for one last test and conformation.

Regards, Smooth
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2010-03-22
#24
Hello Smooth !

Please I need your help. Got a question about your OSP method.

When I stitch in PTGUI whithout optimizer I got this (looks ok to me, at least the lower rail):


There is a little ghost on the tripod, is that ok, or that means my settings is not exactly correct.

Unfortunately when I stitch in PTGUI using optimizer (heavy + lens shift) I got this:


Showing that the vertical arm on the lower rail needs to be moved to the left a little.

Did I need to use the lens shift optimizer when checking the nadir footprint to adjust the rails ?

My setup is a NN5, Canon 7D and a Sigma 8mm 3.5.

Thanks a lot !
Toni

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Hello Toni,

You first image should be ignored. It is not correct.

You should make your nadir assessments after stitching with PTGui once you have optimised lens parameters FOV, A, B, C, D and E. Use the default PTGui blender and not Smartblend or Enblend.

It is clear you need to adjust to the left some millimeters.
Be sure no control points are on the actual panohead or tripod itself.

Regards, Smooth
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2010-03-24
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Thank you Smooth !

I moved lower rail just 1mm to the left.
Align and Optimised FOV, A, B, C, D, E.
And this is the final result:



What's your opinion, is my NN5 perfectly set ?

In your workflow, everytime you shot with a fisheye with different light condidions you adjust your upper rail to find the exactly NPP ? Or just a few mm didn't affect the final result because the software can stitch it without parallax errors ?

Thanks for your attention,
Toni

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On the face of it it looks OK, but I can see you have ghosting on one tripod leg and and a stitching alignment error (upper right). These will be corrected with upper rail adjustments

There is no need to adjust for different lighting conditions.

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2010-03-26
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Smooth, thanks for your patience and help.

Now I will take my time to experience myself and make a lot of shots, stitchs and tests...

I've moved my upper rail a little bit and my nadir footprint stitched better whitout the ghosting and apparently no parallax errors. Just the easyleveller appears not correct.



Regards,
Toni
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2010-08-11
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Anyone that can offer some suggestions for my setup? i get stitching errors when setting up my nikon d3 with fixed 14 mm. panohead is NN5
here some test shots:
the tripod shot


two shots through the window, on the foreground a peace of tape, i rotated the panohead as much as possible.:



And then the actual resulting pano's with stiching errors, first one is without using the lensshift option in ptgui:


Then i enable the lensshift option in ptgui, and it seems like the errors are still there but somehow got blended away, problem is it kind of messes up the lines, instead of keeping a nice straight line there comes a blended bubble effect.


Thanks
Funkens


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The nadir footprint looks OK.

I would need the set of images to offer more advice.

If you include "your" .pts file it might also help diagnose an issue.

Regards, Smooth [8D]


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Smooth,
here the pictures and .pts:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/8929637/360_17.zip

appreciate your interest!

Funkens