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Old May 21, 2009, 5:01 AM   #11
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Hi Alan i did have a look at the forum you suggest and posted on on focus

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Old May 21, 2009, 5:13 AM   #12
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Hi Alan i did have a look at the forum you suggest and posted on on focus...
I saw it earlier & just replied. Brilliant!
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Old May 21, 2009, 10:47 AM   #13
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The automagical stitching programs are great when they work, but I agree
with panostar - something like PanoramaTools with a great deal of control
is needed in some cases. The automagical programs often work well with
landscapes since many kinds of distortions are not easily seen. Those
programs seldom do well with architectural photos seldom work well
unless great care is taken to shoot of a level tripod with very generous
overlaps. And even then, the program has to offer a rectilinear projection
as an option to keep straight lines straight.


I didn't even try an automagical program with the below - hand held and
off level shot of our pole barn being built.

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