6399Re: [PanoToolsNG] Another "my first" pole pano
- Feb 1, 2007Szymon "Zbooy" Madej wrote:
>That puts it into context. Thanks. Are you one of the people inside?
> Pat Swovelin-2 wrote:
>> you should, IMHO, shoot a pano from the fort to show how
>> massive the mound is. It's size and especially height are lost in your
>> pano because everything "falls away" from you in the pano whereas in a
>> shot from the fort you'd be able to see it in context with the fort and
>> be able to tell how large it really is.
> Well it was one of my first sphericals, a two-row done with an 11-18 zoom
> and my old KiWi-L. You can see it at
> Actually I have worked in this fort for a few years and this is the viewWhat do you mean "worked?" Are you a prisoner in the dungeon or what?
> from a balcony outside my room.
Do you want me to send you a hacksaw so you can escape? =8^)
>>> BTW, I'm doing 120 deg rotations for just three images (the famousMost people I know shoot 6 around on a monopod if their normal is 4 on a
>> You might want more coverage than that when you're doing pole panos to
>> make your stitching easier with a larger overlap.
> This would give me one more (possibly problematic) seam though :-(
tripod to give them better coverage especially if their pole has a
tendency to sway or there's movement in the shot (e.g., people, cars,
> I wonder if using 3 or 4 images makes a difference in sharpness. HasWith respect to the number of images you shoot around (3 or 4) the
> tested this?
sharpness isn't a factor of how many shots you used per se, rather it's
a factor of the body/lens combination you used.
> zbooyPat Swovelin
Cool Guy @ Large
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