A&P Just stitched 2 Panos

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  1. Kirk Hinrich

    Kirk Hinrich New Member

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    Still need to work on the seams, but :dunno:
    1st is from when I wandered down to the beach a few nights back
    2nd is from when I was living in Mexico for a few months in the Winter
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    Second is overexposed for sure, I need to work on lighting it up without bringing out the seams :dunno:
     
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    Kirk Hinrich New Member

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    naturally the first is gonna get hit hard with the clone stamp as well
     
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    what program are you using?
     
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    Kirk Hinrich New Member

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    canon photostitch, i actually prefer it over PS, much faster
     
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    it is junk. it cant handle really big files, the seams are ugly, it crops weird etc etc etc.
     
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    underexposed. except for the ugly lights. don't stop your lens down that much and try shooting before it is really dark.
     
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    yea with PS, I dont have any problem with seems. I just click auto align, then auto blend, and im pretty much good to go. longest it took me to do a pano was 30 mins, but it was 17 raw files, if I only do like 3 or 4 files it takes like 3 or 4 mins and im done.
     
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    you'll get way better results with other programs, they will take a little longer to use tho.
     
  9. Wolf Demon

    Wolf Demon HURF DURF OT Supporter

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    Nikon's stitching utility that comes with PictureProject is really great IMHO
     
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    I dont do panos to often, what is a good program??? Im going up to RMNP today, so maybe ill shoot a couple
     
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    :uh: thats what I meant
     

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