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Old Jun 12, 2011, 10:42 PM   #1
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Took this picture in Amsterdam during my recent visit in May this year while we were visiting the country side to see the windmills. (3 shorts).
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An attractive scene, but whatever you used to stitch the images didn't do a very good job. All the vertical features on the right hand side are leaning heavily to the left and the line of the horizon is somewhat curved. Recommendable stitchers are: PTGui, Hugin (free), Autopano Pro, or Microsoft ICE (free).
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I did in Photoshop anyway I will try again in Microsoft ICE/Hugin in a day or two. Thanks for the advice.
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Your images may be difficult to stitch well automatically, owing to the large areas of sky and water. These need to be excluded from the image alignment process since clouds and waves don't remain stationary from shot-to-shot. If you would be interested and can upload copies of the images somewhere, I would be happy to try a stitch with PTGui for you (my own preferred stitcher).
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Your images may be difficult to stitch well automatically, owing to the large areas of sky and water. These need to be excluded from the image alignment process since clouds and waves don't remain stationary from shot-to-shot. If you would be interested and can upload copies of the images somewhere, I would be happy to try a stitch with PTGui for you (my own preferred stitcher).
PANOSTAR: Surely I can send the pictures to you if you can give me your e mail ID..... you can send the picture back to be once it is done for me to learn and sue this site for the futhure....Thanks
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Hanalwala, You can find my email address on the home page of my web site at http://www.johnhpanos.com/

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Now, this is called a fine Panorama shot...
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It's not so bad panorama shot ! But it's very clearly visible, the edge between each picture.
You have to equalize the brightness at least, to be a little bit less visible.
But generally good view you've tried to capture !

My advice is : Next time shoot the pictures in M mode, it will guarantee that the photos will be with exactly the same exposure. And the hard equalization settings won't be necessary !
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