Destiny wrote:Any suggestions on what I am doing wrong..
Destiny wrote:It would have been better if they hadn't stopped me using my tripod..
Destiny wrote:What I was asking is why apg distorts my handheld images where PTGui doesn't..
klausesser wrote:Destiny wrote:What I was asking is why apg distorts my handheld images where PTGui doesn't..
Different settings for projection?
Destiny wrote:Tried that.. Still no good.. I made sure my lens was chosen too.. Often an ultra wide angle lens in apg is recognises as a fisheye... I have also tried the straightening tool but it was not good..
What I was asking is why apg distorts my handheld images where PTGui doesn't..
Destiny wrote:I will play with the settings more..
It's when I begin to process my other images that I realise I should have created VRs. .but the issues was, the NN4 would not have been quick enough due to people moving about.. I had to wait all the time.. If I had taken my VR Drive I might have stood a better chance but I really did not want to risk taking it.. This Castle is just stunning..
marzipano wrote:I notice a similar effect when I process Canon Raw (CR2) files but of course this mey be a completely different issue to yours !
If I pass them direct from the camera into APG I get what looks like a similar type of distortion
I generally use the correction facilities in Lightroom (Or Canon's DPP) to correct the RAW images for spherical distortion before inputting to either Photomatix or APG
The images below show what APG makes of Lightroon corrected and non-corrected RAW data
Destiny wrote:My lens is an ultra wide angle, no fisheye yet apg processes my images as if I used a fisheye lens...
klausesser wrote:Destiny wrote:My lens is an ultra wide angle, no fisheye yet apg processes my images as if I used a fisheye lens...
Why donÂ´tÂ´t you set it properly by hand?
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