RE: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Flat scan distortion not working - SOLVED
- I uploaded a link to the image...Its a "big" image.
(That's me, 3rd row down from the top, 7th in from the right side, wearing a
white shirt, between the girl with the brown vest and the guy in blue
It was a moving camera panorama with the film moving in the opposite
direction. It was a "long" exposure and that is why some things are
"blurry". Some "kids" moved their hands - we were told to be still. If you
look at the angle of the shadows, it might help explain that we are in
standing on semi-circular bleachers so that we are all the same distance
from the camera.
One year, a kid stood at one end, then when the photographer signaled, he
ran behind everyone and stood at the other end, and was in the same photo
Its no big deal these days with digital photos and everything, but remember,
this was 1988!!!!
From: PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com [mailto:PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of Sepp Spenlinhauer
Sent: April 15, 2009 12:13
Subject: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Flat scan distortion not working - SOLVED
Thanks for the pointers. I had not thought of making sure that all the scans
were the same size. That did the trick!
I had already tried leveling the image, but it was not helping.
This is a scan of a photo, there are no nodal points.
I have done some advanced stitching and own a nodal ninja, so I am very
familiar with getting good panos, and that is why I was so frustrated.
Of course I overlooked a very simple thing!
If the Website moderators read this, they should add that little reminder to
the website FAQ - that scanned images need to be the same size... I thought
that PTgui would give the user a notice if the images weren't all the same
Thanks for the help.
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