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1st Try !

by aki » Sun Dec 11, 2005 8:52 pm

After a few shots .. 18 IIRR, got this thing :

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Really good ! Nothing to say excepted a minor bug, maybe i forgot to take 1 photo at this place ... Gonna telle you more on outside panorama !

Autopano Rocks, i'm just waiting for you to sell it ! :)

( Sorry about my english ... I'm just french ^^ )

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by francois.simond » Sun Dec 11, 2005 9:29 pm

Salut Aki !

C'est le premier panorama pris au flash que j'ai l'occasion de voir.. pas mal ! Enfin .ça aurai pu être pire :)

You can now try to make with a tripod and without flash.
Maybe results will be better ;)

Do you know that you can stitch more than one row, so you'll can have interior's top and bottom. You can also adjust zoom between images in order to get a wider field of view when necessary.
Autopano Pro will assemble images at different zooms without trouble.

Sorry about my english as you can see i'm french too ^^ )
François Simond

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by aki » Sun Dec 11, 2005 9:36 pm

Hum, just to say, not my first flash panorama, i did a few with some other programs, but this one was he easiest I ever made, no control point ... love it :)

And so, i used 2 rows, wasnt enough, will try 3 rows when I'll go back there.
Last thing, I've got no tripod and I'm using a 4 Years old Fujifilm numeric camera ^^

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by francois.simond » Sun Dec 11, 2005 10:10 pm

You're right, flash panorama can be a solution when you have to be handeled and limited in iso settings.

Autopano try to be easy and that's cool if you have fun with it :)

Fuji have good colors, enjoy ;)
For this particular panorama, you can try from the "center" of the scene, keeping large overlap betweek image (decreasing light inconsistencies due to flash), and with even more rows than you used before.
If you manage to keep the camera in the same optical center when shooting (otherwise you'll have parralax errors) you'll have great results !

ptss: buy.autopano.net will be opened soon.
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by aki » Sun Dec 11, 2005 10:16 pm

I feel so lame in english when reading you :p

The problem is that I must move to shoot all these pictures, there's a *vitrine* in the center of the room and can takke all sides without getting this thing on the pic.
About overlaps, I thought about it to solve my stupid problem on my 1st try, I'll keep you informated on my autopano adventures, just wishing to find some more scenes to shoot and try :)

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by francois.simond » Sun Dec 11, 2005 10:26 pm

Hehe :)
Good luck (and maybe try the higher values in panorama detection settings).

You're Welcome !
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