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Re: Panoramic photos (Microfsoft Ice)
« Reply #30 on: 08:27:53, 10/06/10 »
Thank you mick and Lilian for your interesting suggestions!  O0
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Re: Panoramic photos (Microfsoft Ice)
« Reply #31 on: 17:07:52, 11/06/10 »
I've been using Autostitch, Microsoft ICE and Canon's Photostitch though I find them quite limited and offer little control.
I'd love to get to grips with Hugin but I must be being a bit dim, I understand loading the images and setting the control points, it's the following bit where it seems to just go pear-shaped!

What I need is an idiots guide  :D

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« Reply #32 on: 19:21:52, 11/06/10 »
You might like to check this out, it's something I've just about cracked (I think????) and hoping to a lot more of in future, inlcuding some full 360 ones  O0
 
 http://www.mywainwrights.co.uk/pan/an_teampull/an_teampull.html

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ps - it's best full in full screen mode, honest!!!!

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« Reply #33 on: 20:00:57, 11/06/10 »
WOW! I just felt like a bird flying  :D O0  Fantastic!
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Re: Panoramic photos (Microfsoft Ice)
« Reply #34 on: 08:08:45, 12/06/10 »
You might like to check this out, it's something I've just about cracked (I think? ??? ) and hoping to a lot more of in future, inlcuding some full 360 ones  O0
 
 http://www.mywainwrights.co.uk/pan/an_teampull/an_teampull.html

Gary ...

ps - it's best full in full screen mode, honest!!!!

Nice one Gary  O0 .
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Re: Panoramic photos (Microfsoft Ice)
« Reply #35 on: 10:10:33, 12/06/10 »
Quote from: garyr link=
 
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How cool is that!! You can even pan up and down!!!!
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« Reply #36 on: 17:37:26, 12/06/10 »
very very nice Gary!
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Re: Panoramic photos (Microfsoft Ice)
« Reply #37 on: 18:36:23, 14/06/10 »
I've been wrestling with Hugin (panorama software) for the last couple of days and think I might have just cracked it!
I know it's not walking-related but here's a panorama consisting of four images:

Liverpool Waterfront



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Re: Panoramic photos (Microfsoft Ice)
« Reply #38 on: 21:48:26, 15/06/10 »
No need to apologise for it not being walking related, a great shot is a great shot (or four of them in this case)

A great panorama.

Taking some of the advice on here I tried a pano or Alport Castles and it worked really well except I stopped too soon! So it's not as impressive as it should be.

Still will link them when I do the trip report.
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Re: Panoramic photos (Microfsoft Ice)
« Reply #39 on: 20:36:10, 19/06/10 »
Dazza, thanks very much for the praise and encouragement which means a lot coming from yourself who's panoramas on the previous page inspired me to persevere with Hugin!

I'm off for a couple of weeks and have promised myself to take many more photos with the intention of stitching them. Hopefully, practice and more practice using Hugin will pay dividends.

Please post more of your own when you can, any additional info or hints that might be of help would be brilliant!

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Re: Panoramic photos (Microfsoft Ice)
« Reply #40 on: 14:12:47, 20/06/10 »
Just cobbled this one together in Autostitch. Six portrait shot stitch of the Nant Ffrancon from Glyder Fach in Snowdonia, including the missus pouring a cup of tea:



9000 x 2800px version here:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/the57cartwrights/4717270066/sizes/o/
 

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Re: Panoramic photos (Microfsoft Ice)
« Reply #41 on: 15:55:25, 20/06/10 »
Heres my first attempt .....
 
Looking down into Cwm Clogwyn.
 

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Re: Panoramic photos (Microfsoft Ice)
« Reply #42 on: 20:48:39, 21/06/10 »
No problem Glyn. Credit where credits due.

I've not taken that many panoramas lately, but below is the latest and the best of the rest as it where. In both forum friendly and not so forum friendly links.

Alport Castles


http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll310/Dazzauk_bucket/FullFatPanos/AlportCastlesPanorama2.jpg


Ringing Roger (nr Kinder Scout)


http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll310/Dazzauk_bucket/FullFatPanos/RingingRoger.jpg


Bamford Mill (I think)


http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll310/Dazzauk_bucket/FullFatPanos/MillPanorama.jpg


Mam Tor Great Ridge


http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll310/Dazzauk_bucket/FullFatPanos/MamTorfromLordsSeatNarrow.jpg


Derwent Water from Cat Bells


http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll310/Dazzauk_bucket/FullFatPanos/DerwentWater.jpg
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Re: Panoramic photos (Microfsoft Ice)
« Reply #43 on: 10:49:02, 22/06/10 »
Deffinately Bamford Mill, I have one the same.... with the left hand side chopped off  ;D  Great pics. The more I see these panoramic shots, the more I want to have a go.
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Re: Panoramic photos (Microfsoft Ice)
« Reply #44 on: 13:14:16, 22/06/10 »
I like it, it works really well.
 
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