Re: [PanoToolsNG] How to level the pole
- The pole does not need to be level. The camera lens needs to rotate around the
No Parallax Point.
In a crowd scene where the pictures need to be taken quickly to avoid people
moving use a motorized that rotates the camera for you. Don't give the pole time
When the sun is out look at the shadow of the camera cast by the sun. Stand on
the side of the pole where you can see the pole and the shadow. As you rotate
the pole make sure the camera stays in the same relative position. If you are
going to fill in the nadir after you also want the camera in the same spot. To
do the nadir I walk away several feet. Raise the pole from the ground to my
waist and hold it out at an angle.
Instead of a shadow, can also use reflections or a third person.
Easiest is to have split level on the pole keep the pole vertical. Don't over
extend the pole.
Even a bending pole like this.
Give me this.
The pole and camera out over the edge becomes very heavy. The fear of the water
does not help. rotating the pole on the edge would cause it to roll and come
loose where it is tucked into the edge of two boards.
- You don´t have to level perfect your pole. If it´s reasonably level, you will feel it: it will be easy to rotate. If you really need live view, google a fpv solution, like this ones: http://www.nghobbies.com/cart/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=1_50
2013/1/25 SKAL <sir_kalot@...>Il 25/01/2013 11:08, Andy Anderson ha scritto:Google Eye-fi. ...it is a storage card that will wifi images from ur camera to a tablet or laptop
Hi Andy, this looks like a interestin stuff, the "problem" is that you can see the foto once it is done. As far I can see is that it gives you not the lifeview.
Other thing is that the original questio was to know how to be sure that the pole is straight and you took all the panorama...
anyway thank you for your answare :)
L.D.I. Felipe B. González C.
Socio Director Recorridos Virtuales www.recorridosvirtuales.com
- eye-fi card is a bit clunky and cludgey, i don't like it.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, SKAL wrote:
> Il 25/01/2013 11:08, Andy Anderson ha scritto:
> > Google Eye-fi. ...it is a storage card that will wifi images from ur
> > camera to a tablet or laptop
> Hi Andy, this looks like a interestin stuff, the "problem" is that you
> can see the foto once it is done. As far I can see is that it gives you
> not the lifeview.
> Other thing is that the original questio was to know how to be sure that
> the pole is straight and you took all the panorama...
> anyway thank you for your answare :)