Re: [PanoToolsNG] 1st post - align 2 photos (not pano) a century apart?
- Well as an update, I have tried every config I could think of in huggin,
panini, & ps, but i've had no real success.
holy smokes Perspective Control lens are expensive, probably from all these
fadsters trying to take miniature looking photos.
On Fri, Mar 13, 2009 at 6:46 PM, Bruno Postle <bruno@...> wrote:
> On Fri 13-Mar-2009 at 23:36 -0000, Jeff wrote:
> >here's a sample of what i've got, school on Russell Ave in 1940:
> >and last weekend:
> The old photo is taken with a shift lens, to align this with the new
> photo you need to optimise the vertical shift 'e' parameters.
> General advice with lining up old photos is they are almost always
> cropped, i.e. the optical centre isn't in the middle of the image.
> So it is probably a good idea to optimise the horizontal shift 'd'
> parameter too.
> >- imported both photos (rectilinear), and matched the exif data from the
> new photo, for the old photo also, since I can't know anything about that
> old photo
> >- I assign the old photo as the position anchor
> >- I start manually picking some control points that match in both photos,
> end up with maybe 15
> >- optimize for y,p,r,b
> >- and stitch exporting the 'remapped images' only
> This technique should be fine.
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- Sometime around 31/7/09 (at 11:28 -0500) shinpickle@... said:
>holy smokes Perspective Control lens are expensive, probably from all theseThey've *always* been expensive, sadly. Niche products, high-end market.
>fadsters trying to take miniature looking photos.