Re: [PanoToolsNG] Advice- VR tour in a Antiques shop
- Just using a normal, unmodified nikon 10.5mm fisheye, six shots around
the horizon (in portrait orientation), plus a zenith and nadir shot
works fine. And is the "standard" approach, I believe.
On Dec 6, 2010, at 1:28 PM, David UmbertoZ wrote:
> Hi, I have a client who owns an antiques shop who would like to have
> a virtual tour of it. I have already done several ones but, although
> the quality was very satisfying, I believe I've complicated my life
> too much when acquiring the photos.
> I'll be using a Nikon D3 with (unfortunately) a DX lens - fisheye
> Nikkor 10.5mm - So far I've always taken a shot a zenith - a row at
> +45º (with 50ºsteps), a row at -45º and one at nadir but, could I
> have done simply one row vertical plus zenith and nadir? Would that
> have been sufficient to cover the whole ground? I've not had too
> great misalignment problems but avoiding multirow shooting would
> reduce the risk even more, right?
> The client needs to zoom in keeping a good image quality but at the
> same time have a not too big a file to upload on their website. Any
> advise this matter?
> software used: APG and Pano2Vr
> Thank you in advance.
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