Re: 30 stitchless handhelded panos (also on Panoguide)
- Hi Roger, I tried to reply at your message received on my e-mail address about the photos but my messages keeps rejected (#5.3.0)
If it's ok with you I can respond here.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Roger D. Williams" <roger@...> wrote:
> On Mon, 26 Oct 2009 22:41:47 +0900, dorindxn <Dorin@...> wrote:
> > Hi Roger,
> > About one week after the previous, with better results
> > http://www.livepanoramas.com/event/fotovest24oct09/
> Thanks for drawing my attention to these newer results. (I notice
> they are all B&W). The accuracy of the background matching is
> amazing for hand-held shots. I am also getting used to the sudden
> "jump" as people change position. The steadiness of the background
> help to make the sudden movements somehow more acceptable.
> > There are also some experiments b/w but please pay attention to the
> > alignament of the background, again handhelded.
> Yes, very impressive. The only place where I notice a rather
> distracting change from one shot to the next is in the paving
> stones, where the different angle also produces rather different
> lighting effects.
> Thanks again, and for the offer to stitch five panos using this
> technique. Most of my panos these days are taken hand-held on a
> monopod, but I don't think the alignment from shot-to-shot would
> be good enough for this technique to work...
> Roger W.
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