Two QuestionsHi Panoramers -- I have two questions:
1. I shot a series of photos for constructing a spherical panorama using a Canon 50D, and a Tokina 11-16 (set at 12mm). Using an online panorama calculator, I found that my hfov should be 63.67 degrees. However, when I run the stitching process using that figure, I don't get fantastic results (especially where the wall meets the ceiling). Any insights into a better way to calculate hfov?
Here is an example image set, in case anyone wants to see what I'm working with (not including floor/ceiling): http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9950969/Kitchen.zip
2. Since I plan to use Panoweaver and Tourweaver a good deal, and am new to the programs, I'm curious to know whether anyone has put together a workflow tutorial for the virtual tour process (in my case, spherical panoramas). If so, I'd be interested in purchasing it -- this post process isn't 100% intuitive, and it'd be really great to have some insight from some seasoned pros. Does such a tutorial exist?