--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com
, "ptgroup" <ptgroup@...> wrote:
> Ron: I realy like the colour and quality !
> Consideruíng the small filesize - really great.
> Since I still temper with optimal Pano2VR-Settings:
> may I ask you for your settings ?
> I get a large filesize < 1.5 MB and still not your quality.
> My tif I supply has app. 8000 x 4000.
> The tif is ok - the Pano2VR output a little blurry.
> Maybe your settings would be better .
You probably use the default interpolator Mitchell.
In your preferences/ settings change to lanczos 3 or Blackman/sinc.
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> Von: PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com [mailto:PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com]Im
> Auftrag von jrgen_schrader
> Gesendet: Sonntag, 29. November 2009 09:24
> An: PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com
> Betreff: [PanoToolsNG] Re: 1st "horizontal" polepano attempt
> Excellent shots, but I'd redo the tonemapping.
> Despite the bright sunshine the scenery seems somehow greyish and dull.
> --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "panobanano" <ronrack@> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Here is a link to my first attempt at doing a "horizontal" pole pano. I
> was on the second level of the bell tower of this chapel. There was a step
> ladder on the landing so I used it to help me keep the pole steady. I rested
> the pole on top of the railing and back to one of the steps on the ladder. I
> pushed the pole into the corner where the step meets the upright of the
> ladder and pulled the middle of the pole over against the wall where the
> railing attached. I marked the pole so that I could do 6 around evenly and
> had a piece of tape so I could keep it lined up with the ladder. This way I
> felt I could rotate the pole without any drift in the nodal point. I had an
> "assistant" fire the shutter 3 times for every position on auto bracket.
> When I got the 6 around I had to haul in the camera so I could point it to
> the zenith position then I had to put the camera back out in the same
> position (using a D300 and 10.5 lens). Thanks to all the precautions and
> marks I was able to get it back pretty close. This left me with a stitch
> with a hole where the end of the railing meets the wall there. We were
> hiding behind the corner and were pretty much out of sight.. Still I had to
> reconstruct some of the railing and floor in photoshop
> > Also on the same project I tried a "day/night" comparison pano. I am
> using Pano2VR so there is no slick transition like FPP has :-( but it turned
> out OK too I guess. See them both here by scrolling down to the last 2 panos
> in the list.
> > Ron Rack
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