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Re: [PanoToolsNG] nadir point pano straightening

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  • Erik Krause
    ... No, sorry. The point you can find is the rotation axis of your tripod head. But that says nothing about the orientation of this axis. Imagine a vertical
    Message 1 of 19 , Dec 30, 2009
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      Am 29.12.2009 07:43, schrieb matt_nolan_uaf:

      > But what I can do in all cases it find my nadir spot to the pixel (at
      > least before I stitch out the tripod mount or monopod spike mark).
      > It seems to me that if I was able to select my nadir pixel in a
      > stitching program (before or after stitching the nadir image), that
      > the panorama would straighten perfectly (or at least as well as my
      > nadir image is stitched compared to the rest) with no other fuss or
      > muss with eyeballs or vertical control points. Isn't this correct?

      No, sorry. The point you can find is the rotation axis of your tripod
      head. But that says nothing about the orientation of this axis. Imagine
      a vertical pole pano. Your "nadir" point will be 90° off...

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      Erik Krause
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