Wedding Panorama + competition!
- I have a question to you.
How many guests are on my wedding panorama?
This was my biggest wedding panorama (and of course on my wedding).
You can win a surprice.
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See you in Prague.
- Hello Karol,
I have another question to your question....
what´s the best techique to achieve this kind of panos?
when you have people rounding I guess it is like winning the lottery
to be able to get one pano where there are no nasty overlaps of
is there any trick?
I would love to do something similar for a friend of mine who is
getting married in sept....
- Sometime around 6/6/08 (at 15:43 +0000) udedomenico said:
>when you have people rounding I guess it is like winning the lottery:-)
>to be able to get one pano where there are no nasty overlaps of
>is there any trick?
(1) A very wide angle lens to minimise the number of shots you'll
need to put together, (2) a large overlap, and (3) see if you can
take more than one sweep around.
I use a Nikkor 10.5mm lens and shoot eight around rather than the
normal six, which gives me roughly 50% overlap. I generally output
from PTGui as layered PSD with this sort of content too. This gives
me much more leeway when putting together shots with people shifting
and milling about.
One of my nephews has managed to get hold of a Sigma 4.5mm for me, so
I'll be seeing how I can use that as well. I'll probably shoot four
around to get lots of overlap and keep the angles simple, and see how
- On Fri, Jun 6, 2008 at 5:41 PM, Keith Martin <keith@...> wrote:
> One of my nephews has managed to get hold of a Sigma 4.5mm for me, soTht's what I do for lots of people shots
> I'll be seeing how I can use that as well. I'll probably shoot four
> around to get lots of overlap and keep the angles simple, and see how
> that goes.
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