RE: [PanoToolsNG] Agnos Horizontal Pole Panoramas
- You can move to the left or right for your patch shot.. Parrallax is no
longer an issue at that point.
For a closed window,, you can shoot from another window perhaps..
You can get really crazy with your patch shot and fudge it into place with
all the skills you have no sweat.
On a pole horizontal shot, you can come in back at an angle so you are
roughly back in the same spot..
Just get out there and start practicing, that's the only way to get your
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From: PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com [mailto:PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of Andrei Zdetovetchi
Sent: Saturday, August 11, 2007 5:09 AM
Subject: Re: [PanoToolsNG] Agnos Horizontal Pole Panoramas
But the main issue for me is... how to deal with the nadir on a horizontal
"over the edge" panorama! I know, some panos have a very small hole that can
be patched with a clone tool. But I have seen panos that were shown no
traces of patching! Panos taken outside of a very high building and looking
in the place where the nadir should be, I can see an closed window!!! Or in
other cases I can see the photographer doing everything else but shooting a
Doing a vertical pole pano, it is obvious that I can take a handheld shot of
the nadir and then patch it and with some skill everything looks just fine,
but in this horizontal "over the edge" pole panos, taking a nadir shot is
impossible unless you jump out the window and pray that the parachute will
open in time ... ;)))
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