On 27 Nov 2007 at 4:29, lovefilm wrote:
> Thanks for the tips on line control use. I agree - far easier to
> edit in PhotoShop then the trial and error of effectively setting such
> points. I had little success.
> Even though the fix was relatively easy in PhotoShop, I did keep at it
> because I wanted to try and master a new technique in the PTgui
> tool-set. My source images may not have been the best for this
> technique, though. It was a bit windy when I shot and I was free
> holding a monopod above my head. So maybe I need to practice on other
> material to see how line control points actually work - and whether it
> is worth spending time to set and render them.
You are aware of that the line control points need to be on a straight line?
I don't think you'll ever find a straight transmission wire, or any wire connected
between 2 fixed points. No matter how tight it is it will always sag a little.
BTW, in PS you could also use Ctrl+J and then Free Transform with Ctrl-drag corners, or
switch to Warp. Then before flattening it again you could add a Layer mask and paint
black with a soft brush on it to hide any evidence.--
Bjørn K Nilssen - http://bknilssen.no
- panoramas and 3D