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Printing Gigapans
greenlentil greenlentil
Total Posts: 1

I would like to purchase and use the Epic together with an Panasonic LX3 to generate panoramas for printing to display on walls as art work using these clips:


I’m told that the Epic create a 30% overlap as default but to create an effective printed and clipped wall panorama the overlap needs to be close to 0%.

Does anyone have experience of printing panoramas or have any incling as to whether the Epic can be tuned for this purpose?



Terry Foss Terry Foss
Total Posts: 16


What you want to do is shoot and stitch the gigapan as suggested. 30% overlap is good. Then, after you have the full thing as a huge file, you can crop it into as many smaller chunks as you want with 0% overlap between them. Use your photo editor to do this. Those chunks you would then print borderless and hang with the clips.


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