Handheld panorama with 75mm

Started Feb 11, 2013 | Discussions thread
zabatman
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Re: Handheld panorama with 75mm
In reply to ju_ju, Feb 13, 2013

ju_ju wrote:

Hi Zab I have looked for ice on one occasion and could not find the program. Having said that I do use Cs6 which i find superb and does handle multiple files quite well and stitches superbly. I concur with the use of the 75mm f1.8 for panoramas or stitching other formats together. It is a superb landscape lens given it is sharp, the lack of distortion helps so much in the stitching. I have done quite a few large stitched landscape over the past days with the 75mm.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/juliandecourcy/8467004934/in/photostream

Are you aware that there is a large noticeable join in the image? in the cloud about 1/3 from left side.

Thank you everybody for your comments

Microsoft ICE can be downloaded here: http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/UM/redmond/groups/IVM/ICE/

I have been a bit sloppy creating this panorama because it's the view from my daughter's school and I go there at least twice a day.

I will try again with a tripod and plan to do a double row of images, also going wider, both to the left and right.

Regarding the sharpening, I combined the camera JPG's and have since reduced the in-camera sharpening to 0.  I had it at +1 for this one.  Hopefully the next one will look better.

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