jjackson wrote:I am using a Canon G9 which has a 35mm equivalent wide angle, and have a Canon 0.75x adapter that fits over it, giving me not quite 28mm. I am using a tripod and have a pistol grip ball head so I easily can pivot in any direction without moving the tripod.
Our company makes fancy closets. Sometimes the space is very small. We would like to make a panorama of the cabinetry for presentation on our web site.
The sample wall we are testing with is about 7 feet high, 12 feet long and I can get back about 5 feet from the cabinets.
We are trying to use Autopano Giga Trial to see if it will solve the problem.
I set up the tripod in two locations and shoot maybe 20 to 25 pictures from each location and process in autopano giga with multiple view points checked. What we get is each tripod location is recognized and a panorama for each is generated, but with every projection there is distortion of some sort. Each panorama is not bad, but if we say 'use all pictures' it just makes a mess. We also tried taking 25 pictures each straight on to the subject but the camera moves parallel to the wall. That turned out not well at all.
Planar projection works best for us but at the ends the parts are distorted.
If anyone can offer some tips it would be appreciated.
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