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My first attempt at Panaromas.

Postby Rod » Tue Jul 06, 2010 7:07 pm

Hagar Park, we take the kids here to exercise, and boy do they have a ball.
The playground is huge! =)

i took 5 photos and chose 3 of the best ones, placed them together on a 1664x412 px canvas, and used only the curves tool and hue and saturation tool to get the image almost seamless.

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Here is the one of the USA.
I only used 2 images for this one.It looks pretty neat though.I kept the person in for emphasis on the size of this map.

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Re: My first attempt at Panaromas.

Postby Maffe811 » Tue Jul 06, 2010 7:32 pm

1st image
the image to the right is a little higher than the others... i think, other than that good job!
there are things you could do to fix, but when the plan is to put em tiogheter and make it seamless:

AWSOME JOB!!!

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4th look, finly found the seam ;-)
il download and zoom, and find every little fault ;-)
so that we all can learn :-)
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Re: My first attempt at Panaromas.

Postby David Wood » Wed Jul 07, 2010 2:44 am

First image you can see the seams of the second picture, it's sharper and more saturated then the others. Also there are some height differences and the left side is clipped too far, the tree is messed up. Also the third pic has a few random blurry spots.

Second image is great, only a small height difference, most noticeable on the far path. :)
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Re: My first attempt at Panaromas.

Postby Maffe811 » Thu Jul 08, 2010 4:54 pm

David Wood wrote:First image you can see the seams of the second picture, it's sharper and more saturated then the others. Also there are some height differences and the left side is clipped too far, the tree is messed up. Also the third pic has a few random blurry spots.

Second image is great, only a small height difference, most noticeable on the far path. :)


.... WHAT I SAID ^ ;D ;D ;D
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Re: My first attempt at Panaromas.

Postby David Wood » Thu Jul 08, 2010 5:01 pm

But I was clearer. 8)
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Re: My first attempt at Panaromas.

Postby virtualTune » Sat Jul 17, 2010 2:18 am

i tried the same recently though i used 16 pictures as i know panoramas to be a lot flatter and wider. unfortunately i forgot to use my tripod *facepalm momment for maffe* ! iz still alright though abaout 18k pixels wide! xD
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Re: My first attempt at Panaromas.

Postby Maffe811 » Mon Jul 19, 2010 9:06 am

lol..... xD
Photoshop has a cool auto-put-individual-images-into-a-panorama-funtion :-P
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Re: My first attempt at Panaromas.

Postby virtualTune » Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:37 pm

i know! but it is not THAT great as it sounds.
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Re: My first attempt at Panaromas.

Postby Maffe811 » Mon Jul 19, 2010 10:44 pm

well, who cares? :-P
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Re: My first attempt at Panaromas.

Postby paynekj » Fri Jul 23, 2010 1:57 pm

A very nice job you've done stitching these together.
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Re: My first attempt at Panaromas.

Postby Arzoroc » Tue Jul 27, 2010 11:20 am

lol..... xD
Photoshop has a cool auto-put-individual-images-into-a-panorama-funtion :-P

PS also claimed their "Content-Aware-Fill" filter as soo great .. well, they were right, but hey, it was still copied from our lovely GIMP. And it's by far my favourite filter :D
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Re: My first attempt at Panaromas.

Postby Maffe811 » Tue Jul 27, 2010 1:45 pm

was content aware fill stolen from gimp = :O :O
but ps'es panorama works great!!
youtube-search for iceflowstudios panorama!
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Re: My first attempt at Panaromas.

Postby Rod » Wed Jul 28, 2010 6:43 am

Thanks for the comments folks. =)
As i said it was a first attempt and i have learned a lot from your input.
My next one i believe will be of a tall building.Those look pretty cool.
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Re: My first attempt at Panaromas.

Postby Arzoroc » Wed Jul 28, 2010 5:09 pm

Rod, your second picture had the honor of acting as my experimental-pic ;D I expanded it on both sides, adding trees and stuff, deleting unneccesairy things like the women, a garbage can or the car. Somehow the right side looks wrong, its just too empty on the road, but nvm ;D Hope you like it :)
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Re: My first attempt at Panaromas.

Postby virtualTune » Thu Jul 29, 2010 2:05 am

Baum wrote:
lol..... xD
Photoshop has a cool auto-put-individual-images-into-a-panorama-funtion :-P

PS also claimed their "Content-Aware-Fill" filter as soo great .. well, they were right, but hey, it was still copied from our lovely GIMP. And it's by far my favourite filter :D
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AoobQQBeVc


that iz awesomeee! didnt nuw we cut do dat!
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