Martin Erik Andersen

Martin Erik Andersen

Joined on Oct 30, 2016

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  • Sorry Brett - I now see that you are totally right :) The diagonal shift direction does solve the issue (though turning the tilt axis without rotating the shift axis is bit tricky as it is not ...
  • Sorry no offense, but making the stitch direction diagonal in a cross pattern does not solve the issue with diagonal tilt for a stitched panorama. The cross pattern for the stitch results in ...
  • I suppose the limitation is a result of the tilt axis only being able to rotate 90 degrees. The hard stops are not really an issue (though having 45 degrees stops in addition to the 30 and 60 ...
  • Tilt just up/down right/left is no problem in horizontal stitch. The issue is only with diagonal tilt. May I ask if you have tried the problem with the diagonal tilt for panorama stitch out in ...
  • Brett I have followed your suggestion and instructions of 45 degree diagonal shift direction for the stitch - thanks for taking the time. And all well and fine here if tilted diagonal focus i s not ...
  • Just trying to clarify the issue. The thread is already a bit complicated. In principle there are 4 different options of angles in diagonal tilted focus planes in a single photo shot with the Ts-e ...
  • Thanks for taking the time Brett. I will try to reset my brain and give it a try more.
  • :) well the pyramidal setup is just a setup, trying to visually see and understand the options of the diagonal tilt - in a controlled grid. For real photos I utilize the diagonal directions for ...
  • I have tried filliping the camera upside down (just hand holding for the exercise). To no avail, the diagonals just replicates themself. But I haven't tried it in conjunction with your suggestion ...
  • Well the frame I suppose mainly is made for dealing with parallax problems, but for sure ingenious if it also solves the issue with the diagonals and tilt. Must admit I can't really get my head ...
  • I will give it a try, but sure complicated :)
  • So this would be the purpose of the PocketPANO Frame ?
  • I am aware the issue I am trying to get a hold on here may seem a very minor limitation. But I have been out trying to get the shots for a landscape panorama while the light is fading and the rain ...
  • Hi Brett, I think what you suggest only will give you 2 out of the 4 possible directions for diagonal tilt. The issue is doing the shots for the stitch with consistent diagonal tilt direction - in ...
  • I have now tried the 45° stitch direction of five shots in a cross pattern. But after cropping with surprisingly little gain in the final panorama format compared to a single shot. Actually ...
  • Thanks a lot. Shift direction in 45° for stitching panorama haven't crossed my mind :) Setting the camera up on the tripod like this sure gives the possibility of getting the diagonals right for ...
  • Thanks Keith. Kind of nice to know this limitation actually is in the Ts-e lens - and not in me not being able figure out the settings. That is to say that I don't have to try to do something that ...
  • The limitation I am struggling with only apply for panorama or vertorama photos made by multiple shots using shift. In a single shot (with no intention for stitching to panorama) I have no problem ...
  • Keith I have read through all your articles on tilt and shift on your absolutely great homepage. Your articles and your videos on the topic for sure are the most clear and detailed online (and I ...
  • Here an attempt at a photo set up to illustrate the issue. The red gradients approximate the tilted diagonal focus planes in between the tape lines (sorry just a quick setup) The first 4 shots are ...
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