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Mały Rynek in Kraków by Szymon Madej

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Szymon Madej Szymon Madej
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115
Size
2.60 Gigapixels
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4187
Date added
Feb 05, 2009
Date taken
Feb 01, 2009
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Gigapan + Canon G9

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This is the Small Market Square in Kraków, Poland, botched up by GP Stitcher software :-(

Canon G9 + TC-DC58C teleconverter (cca 270 mm equiv.), 351 (39x9) images, Lightroom 2.3 RC1, GigaPan Stitcher version 0.4.3864 (Windows).


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  1. Szymon Madej

    Szymon Madej (February 06, 2009, 10:53PM )

    Sorry Niko, it certainly is a stitcher problem and I've just found that I'm not the only one suffering :) forum.gigapan.org/viewtopic.php?f=1 1&t=364Yours, zbooy

  2. Nicolas Kohen

    Nicolas Kohen (February 06, 2009, 06:11AM )

    I don t know either, but try to open the left image and the center image of your panorama in PS to see if it could match a certain way because maybe u used a focal below the normal (I mean below 50 mm for a full frame 24*36, i don t know the normal focal for a G9) and then distortion between far distance and narrow one appears, compensated, i presume by your sticher program. Regards, Niko.

  3. Szymon Madej

    Szymon Madej (February 06, 2009, 12:04AM )

    Hello Niko, I've been making panoramas for a few years now, done thousands of them, and I absolutely cannot see how setting the no-parallax-point (aka the nodal point, I believe this is what you're writing about) can influence the resulting image projection. In PTGui/Panotools all you need are a few vertical control point pairs but no such functionality exists in GP Stitcher. Nevertheless I still don't understand why it could not assume that the top and bottom edges should be straight and level and project the image accordingly. Yours, zbooy

  4. Nicolas Kohen

    Nicolas Kohen (February 05, 2009, 07:37PM )

    Your problem is not the stiching program... you probably did not decentrate your lens. In order to do properly that kind of panoramic photography (i mean a rotation in the landscape), the middle of the lens (more or less) must be at the bottom of the tripod and NOT the camera. Hope it helps, Cheers, Niko.

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