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ONE PERSON MULTIPLE TIMES

PostPosted: Fri Mar 11, 2016 8:16 pm
by BODYAMR
HELLO
IM TRYING TO SHOOT A PANORAMA WITH ONE PERSON MULTIPLE TIMES
HOWEVER I CANNOT WORK OUT HOW TO DO THIS AS WHEN I LOAD THE IMAGES THE LAYERS ARE NOT BLENDED THEY ARE LIKE GHOSTS-CAN ANYONE GUIDE ME TO THE RIGHT DOCUMENTATION TO FIGURE THIS OUT.

Re: ONE PERSON MULTIPLE TIMES

PostPosted: Fri Mar 11, 2016 9:23 pm
by BODYAMR
BODYAMR wrote:HELLO
IM TRYING TO SHOOT A PANORAMA WITH ONE PERSON MULTIPLE TIMES
HOWEVER I CANNOT WORK OUT HOW TO DO THIS AS WHEN I LOAD THE IMAGES THE LAYERS ARE NOT BLENDED THEY ARE LIKE GHOSTS-CAN ANYONE GUIDE ME TO THE RIGHT DOCUMENTATION TO FIGURE THIS OUT.

scree shot attached to show how man is like a ghost and not solid, would appreciate feedback on this issue please,am i doing something wrong or is it the way ive photographed it -
help would be very much appreciated
thank you .

Re: ONE PERSON MULTIPLE TIMES

PostPosted: Fri Mar 11, 2016 10:21 pm
by BODYAMR
I have tried it again but again the man comes our see through -
does anyone know how i make him all solid on the image?
would really be thank ful for your help

Re: ONE PERSON MULTIPLE TIMES

PostPosted: Sun Mar 13, 2016 11:12 am
by Panoram1x
Dans votre première image ci-jointe, je vois que vous utilisez l'outil " Fusion ".
Il est cet outil qui crée des fantômes lorsque les images superposées sont fusionnées.
La meilleure façon d'éviter les fantômes est d'utiliser l'outil " Édition de masques » plutôt que ce que vous utilisez maintenant.
L'autre option est de rendre la pano en format Photoshop ( Pano complète plus une calque pour chaque image ) et puis éditer les masques de calque.

Re: ONE PERSON MULTIPLE TIMES

PostPosted: Tue Mar 15, 2016 10:08 pm
by BODYAMR
Thank you very much for helping me out here-i am trying to find the edit mask tool but cant seem to locate,i will try again.
very kind of you to suggest and help
thanks again

Re: ONE PERSON MULTIPLE TIMES

PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2016 12:37 pm
by Annis
The masking tool is only available in Autopano Giga.
http://www.kolor.com/wiki-en/action/vie ... sking_tool

Re: ONE PERSON MULTIPLE TIMES

PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2016 12:53 pm
by BODYAMR
But thats what I was using...?

Re: ONE PERSON MULTIPLE TIMES

PostPosted: Sat Mar 19, 2016 11:06 pm
by BODYAMR
ok thanks for the advise friends much appreciated think i worked it out now:))
i have another question please see image where feet are overlapping- could someone advise how to blend so it doesnt blur as it is doing currently where the 4 legs cross in the image?
also i there a specific video or turorial on this type of photography 360 and how to make sure i do it correctly.
thank you in advance for your help

Re: ONE PERSON MULTIPLE TIMES

PostPosted: Tue Mar 22, 2016 8:05 pm
by Panoram1x
Salut,

Je doute qu'avec l'utilisation de l'outil de masque, vous pouvez obtenir le niveau de détail nécessaire.
Vous pouvez tester en changeant les réglages de mélange, mais ça serait certainement créer des problèmes dans d'autres parties de l'image.

La meilleure façon d'obtenir un résultat «parfait» est rendre de la pano au format Photoshop. Dans un calque l'image panoramique et une autre calque pour chacune des images que vous souhaitez superposer.
Ensuite, déjà en PS, en utilisant des masques de calque, vous devez superposer les pieds des gens dans leur ordre correct avec une grand précision.

Amitiés