Hopefully if I can explain my boss that I can correct those errors I might be able to rent the lens again for a week and get the photoshop elements 7 commissioned for the computer I have
sjosyula wrote:Known problems :
1. out of focus in certain places ( that was the first time I ever used a fish eye)
2. I shot in Av mode so, some areas have exposure problem.
Problems I am not able to solve,
1. I posted my first 360 a few weeks ago,
where I was suggested to convert them to 2:1.
So, After rendering the panos for this project I converted them into images of size 10000 px wide. Then, I just increased the canvas height wise to make it 2:1
Not much of an 'advert' for a business school if it can't afford a few hundred dollars for software is it? wink
Where does Tourweaver come into it - it seems you have used krpano?
sjosyula wrote:Incase of picture 3, the nadir area is included, ( a big black spot) but the zenith is perfect.
sjosyula wrote:Let me rephrase my question
Please take a look at this 360 X 115 pano I made
( It is HDR pano and again, the colors are not proper )
You can see that, I just have to render it and export flash using auto pano tour. You can also observe that, the portions I dint cover - the area where the tripod was and the area above me, were chopped off and what is displayed is the final view.
The above pano was made using a EF 18-55mm lens.
So, I rented our a fisheye lens for a day and took the spherical panoramas of my school. which are 360 X 150 .
What I understood from the workflow of APT is that.....for example... if I had to chop off 30 degrees of view from the nadir, the software chops away 30 degrees of view from the zenith ( is this correct ?) However if I make the offset value to be zero, I get a distorted view at the zenith.
I highly appreciate your patience to go through 101 questions like these.
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