My First Panorama with Autopano  

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My First Panorama with Autopano

by TrompeLaMort » Sat Dec 06, 2008 3:47 am

I know, not particularly impressive. But fun since it's the first one...

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Yes that is the same boat, twice...
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by John_Sauter » Sat Dec 06, 2008 4:22 am

An excellent picture, but I hunger to know more. How many images did you capture? What kind of camera did you use? Did you use a tripod? Did you have any difficulty with AutoPanoPro, and if you did, how did you solve the problems? We appreciate good pictures, but as photographers ourselves, we also want know how the panorama was made, so we can improve our techniques. Just because it is your first panorama does not mean you have nothing to teach us.

Une excellente image, mais je la faim pour en savoir plus. Combien d'images avez-vous saisir? Quel type de caméra avez-vous utilisés? Avez-vous utilisé un trépied? Avez-vous eu des difficultés avec AutoPanoPro, et si vous l'avez fait, comment avez-vous résoudre les problèmes? Nous nous félicitons de bonnes photos, mais en tant que photographes nous-mêmes, nous voulons également savoir comment le panorama a été fait, afin que nous puissions améliorer nos techniques. Tout simplement parce que c'est votre première panorama ne signifie pas que vous n'avez rien à  nous apprendre.

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by TrompeLaMort » Sat Dec 06, 2008 5:32 am

I have an Olympus EVolt 510 that I used without a tripod. I actually took two images using my camera's "feature" for panoramas, and it was so distorted I posted on thephotoforum.com, they suggested autopano, and I started playing around with the features.

I used a very small focal length -- 14mm (the olympus is a 4/3 system (or is it 3/4) so I think that's more like 25).

This picture was taken in Maastricht, Netherlands. I was standing on a bridge overlooking the Maas and another bridge built in Roman times.

The picture is pretty much default everything.

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by taf » Sat Dec 06, 2008 3:29 pm

not bad, difficult light... but the second time, try to shoot less sky.
Look. There's a rhythmic ceremonial ritual coming up !

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by beeloba » Sat Dec 06, 2008 4:32 pm

Good job for a first pano, Welcome to the club :)

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by Paul » Sat Dec 06, 2008 5:04 pm

TrompeLaMort wrote:I have an Olympus EVolt 510
focal length -- 14mm (the olympus is a 4/3 system (or is it 3/4) so I think that's more like 25).

it is 4/3 and 14mm is exactly 28mm, as the cropfactor is 2
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