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by Mateusz Malinowski » Mon Apr 29, 2013 8:36 am

Hi
Just published today panoramas from 03.06.2011
http://mateuszmalinowski.pl/2013/04/29/panorama-360-bialystok-z-wiezowca-przy-ul-zelaznej/

Nothing speccial but look at last 5th pano in the center. This pano is stiched from 4 panoramas of building corners. It is NOT from mast you can see on panoramas.
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by klausesser » Mon Apr 29, 2013 12:58 pm

Mateusz Malinowski wrote:Hi
Just published today panoramas from 03.06.2011
http://mateuszmalinowski.pl/2013/04/29/panorama-360-bialystok-z-wiezowca-przy-ul-zelaznej/

Nothing speccial but look at last 5th pano in the center. This pano is stiched from 4 panoramas of building corners. It is NOT from mast you can see on panoramas.
http://mateuszmalinowski.pl/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/mateuszmalinowski.pl-at-gmail-com-copyright-2011-06-03-panorama-sferyczna-360-z-wiezowca-przy-ul-zelaznej.jpg

Hey!

Well done!

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by mediavets » Mon Apr 29, 2013 1:29 pm

Mateusz Malinowski wrote:Hi
Just published today panoramas from 03.06.2011
http://mateuszmalinowski.pl/2013/04/29/panorama-360-bialystok-z-wiezowca-przy-ul-zelaznej/

Nothing speccial but look at last 5th pano in the center. This pano is stitched from 4 panoramas of building corners. It is NOT from mast you can see on panoramas.
http://mateuszmalinowski.pl/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/mateuszmalinowski.pl-at-gmail-com-copyright-2011-06-03-panorama-sferyczna-360-z-wiezowca-przy-ul-zelaznej.jpg

Clever.

What's the 'trick involved in stitching 4 panoramas shot from corners of the building - could one do the same from corners of a church tower with a central spire?

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And I thought I lived in a flat landscape here on the edge of the Cambridgeshire Fens; it's perhaps not quite as flat as your scene but here church towers are about the best (only?) relatively high points from which to attempt to shoot such a scene.
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by Mateusz Malinowski » Mon Apr 29, 2013 2:36 pm

Hi
when I do photos I don't planned to stich them together from all corners. Then probably I just take photo every a few meters. In my case from corner to corner is > 20 meters and it was difficult to stich perfectly.
First tried stiching in ptgui using single photos (without photos of roof) - to many errors. Then I stiched every single 4 panoramas, cropped them (cuted roof) and stiched together in photoshop.
From local gis service used aerial photo of roof and used in nadir.

Check this (not mine) - on church tower (but without zenit and nadir); stiched from single photos every x steps. Available 2 panoramas. On 2nd you can see how the tower looks like.
http://zieba.wroclaw.pl/uwg/uwg.html


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