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Old 26-08-2008, 11:33   #1 (permalink)
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How to take panoramas - what's your method?

I recently bought a beautiful book on panoramas called Stretch by UK based photographer Nick Meers. Some of the shots were breathtaking!

Co-incidently, I have noticed quite a few panoramas appearing in our galleries lately.
Is there a growing/renewed interest in this field of photography?
Can those panorama shooters out there give this newbie some advice please.
For the record, my "method" so far involves always using a tripod/level surface, shooting in AP and portrait format with plenty of overlap.
I've posted one I did recently in the Urban galleries (don't know how to get it into this post).
As you will see - I can't get the sky even - any quick fixes through Photoshop?
And does anyone have a Swinglens camera? I was fascinated by these ingenious gizmos!
I love to hear about how they work etc.


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Old 26-08-2008, 11:42   #2 (permalink)
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Get ready to say WOW http://www.pixalo.com/community/phot...iew-15677.html
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Old 26-08-2008, 11:48   #3 (permalink)
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Re: How to take panoramas - what's your method?

I've been known to take the occasional pano, tho' none of late. I always use manual settings (taking reading from the brightest part of, usually, sky) and then overlap is the same shade/luminance. Usually a tripod unless I haven't the time

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Re: How to take panoramas - what's your method?

For stitching the pano's together I strongly suggest you give PTgui a try. It would make light work of the sky in your image and the latest version even allows for HDR panos
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Old 26-08-2008, 12:33   #5 (permalink)
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I really can't add anything to Steve's excellent review other than shoot in manual (including fixing the WB if you shoot jpg) and PTGUI

I have one of the Manfrotto 303 heads for when I do a pano.
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Old 26-08-2008, 18:46   #6 (permalink)
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Good god!!
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Old 26-08-2008, 19:29   #7 (permalink)
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Re: How to take panoramas - what's your method?

I became more interested in panos when CS3 photomerge became better at stitching shots together. And when I didn't have my wide angle on I would take alot of shots just to see what it could do. It's been fun and I have tried things that wouldn't work, but hey,,
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Old 26-08-2008, 19:52   #8 (permalink)
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Re: How to take panoramas - what's your method?

Going back to PTgui to show how good it really is, the picture below is made up from 5 vertical shots taken hand held and then stitched by PTgui using auto settings. The only other editing I did was to crop the image to remove unwanted bits.

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Re: How to take panoramas - what's your method?

I haven't done any panos for ages but this thread awoke an interest, so I've just tried the 'hugin' application which is cross-platform and free. I've never used it before and left everything at defaults, but it managed to stitch three pics together without showing the joins...



hugin - Panorama photo stitcher

EDIT/ Just realised that both ptgui and hugin are based on Panorama Tools, so the results should be similar.

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Old 26-08-2008, 22:06   #10 (permalink)
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Re: How to take panoramas - what's your method?

Yeehaaaa - I've hit the mother lode!
Thank you guys - I cannot tell you how pleased I am with that result.
Steve - what a great review - I've bookmarked it for reference and will certainly look at getting a Nodal Ninja. Will also try out PTgui.
I can feel a renewed surge of interest coming on... (or is that just because spring is happening here right now!)
Oh - and thanks Markulous for fixing the post.

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Old 26-08-2008, 22:38   #11 (permalink)
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Re: How to take panoramas - what's your method?

I made my own panoramic head : Pete's Pockets
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Re: How to take panoramas - what's your method?

Windows live photo gallery (free) comes with a panorama maker. Select the images, click on the "Make " button and from the drop down list select "Create panoramic photo"
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[/IMG]A free download that I like to use is WPanorama. When maximised it will scroll the image across the full screen,(or up and down). Looks good especially on a wide screen. You can also download images from the site but it's more fun to make your own........only snag is four images off my Sony adds up to 56mp This doesn't come out well sticking to the 1000 rule but full size it's 214"x36 @300ppi.........anyone got a big printer?

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Re: How to take panoramas - what's your method?

Thank you everyone for your comments and help.
I've made a major investment in PTgui and am working my way through the software.
It's no where near as easy as the software that came with the camera - but I feel this is an improvement on the original.

What do you think?


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Re: How to take panoramas - what's your method?

Yup, looking much better! Still a blip in the sky just right of centre but no big deal
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Yup, looking much better! Still a blip in the sky just right of centre but no big deal
Do you mean a stitching seam or the miniscule dot which is a rare native Florentine bird never captured on film before? I can't see a stitching seam on 100x magnification.
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...... or the miniscule dot which is a rare native Florentine bird never captured on film before? I can't see a stitching seam on 100x magnification.
LOL! No, I recognised that for being that rare bird!

Just above the tower there's a patch of lighter sky - it looks like a slightly different exposure to the surround (but freely admit that it may well be natural - if you're told to look for problems, it's amazing how many you can fabricate! )
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I cannot help with the original question but if you get to be good at panos then perhaps you could try for something like this

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Re: How to take panoramas - what's your method?

How wonderful !
But, sadly, no matter how good I ever got with panos, I'd still have trouble getting to the top to take the shot in the first place!

However, I did buy a movie camera about 20 years ago and gave it to a mountain guide called Guy Cotter who shot some footage at the summit and we edited it together to make a television commercial for - of all things - thermal underwear!
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Re: How to take panoramas - what's your method?

Using Smoke City [panorama factory] at the minute but tried PTgui as recommended here from the site, have to say that Pgui is some gear, Smoke City doesn't have a look-in.
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Hi woffa

There's a great post by Steve in this thread when I asked about panoramas. (In fact I think it would make a great HowTo).

I've followed his advice and got some great results using PTGui. I've never managed to get satisfactory results in Photoshop but PTGui is a breeze, especially for someone with little patience like me. I've tried to get hugin to work a while back but couldn't for some reason.

I've found the best part of advice to get the sky/joins to match up best is to meter the whole scene and then pop the camera into manual mode at the brightest reading and pan away.
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There's a great post by Steve in this thread when I asked about panoramas. (In fact I think it would make a great HowTo).
That's not a bad Idea, I may take the bones of that post, clean it up and add in some screen shots to make something worthwhile.
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Following this thread with interest. Have had mixed success with panoramas. Might just give PTGui a go.
Currently using Canon photo stitch which does a good job but everything has to be perfectly lined up I find.
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Thanks Chrisa - that's really helpful. I had not discovered that thread for some reason.
Got the links now and bookmarked them.
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I thought I'd try my hand at a panorama during a recent trip, not having any stitch softwareI downloaded Autostitch which seemed to do a reasonable job with the three images I had to put together.

Lake Como using three images:

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