Re: [PanoToolsNG] NP 200 and 300mm Canon
- Well unless the objects are a few meters apart in a foreground/
background plane you'll never have parallax issues with the 300mm lens
in a studio setting.
Have you actually tried shooting the objects and if not why not ?
On 2 Feb 2009, at 22:01, bigwade wrote:
> With sets with more than one object.
> Matthew Rogers-2 wrote:
> > So how is parallax ever going to be an issue ?
> > On 2 Feb 2009, at 21:35, bigwade wrote:
> >> quote author="Matthew Rogers-2"
> >> It seems that some people just get bogged down in theory, numbers
> >> what-if scenarios instead of getting out there and actually
> >> Matt
> >> That's the point Matt, in my case, going out is not a good idea.
> >> I want to use this indoor for 3D objects/sets in my studio.
> >> That's all.
- Hey, Hey..
reshoot of course..
with a very wrong NNP it can be an issue at 2 meters.
Matthew Rogers-2 wrote:
> So you want to combine the shots taken at 100mm with the new ones
> taken at 200mm ? Or do you simply want to reshoot the entire image at
> 200mm. Either way I still dont see where the parallax issues can occur ?
> On 2 Feb 2009, at 23:38, bigwade wrote:
>> Maybe I'm not clear enough.
>> First I want to shoot a landscape shot with client in the studio.
>> Lighting and settings are oké.
>> Let's say at 100mm.
>> But the client wants higher resolution.
>> So I rotate the camera to portrait, zoom in to 200 and make more
>> (even with different focussettings to combine in Helicon or whatever)
>> Parallax will be an issue unless you have big overlap and a lot of
>> (BTW the beer will be dead by then.:-)
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