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How to Shoot a Stitched Panorama

How to Shoot a Stitched Panorama

Written 10 years ago by Mark Evans

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Comments
Chris  10 years ago

Have you tried “Hugin” http://hugin.sourceforge.net/
It is free and works quite well.

Deirdre  10 years ago

I’m wondering whether these programs have anything over Photoshop’s autostitch function?

ted @pangio  10 years ago

I believe PTGui and Autopano Pro are much better to work with if you are doing more than just stitching together a few photos, such as when doing spherical panoramas (as these: http://bit.ly/lXaRt).

Duncan  10 years ago

Good step-by-step! A couple suggestions: Always shoot from left to right (stitching programs tend to like it that way). I try to remember to start by shooting my hand or a stick before the first shot and again after the last shot of the sequence- this helps a lot when you get back and start stitching multiple similar pans.

epo  10 years ago

You can also try Microsoft ICE -stiching program which is availabe free of charge: http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/groups/ivm/ICE/

T. Rand Collins PhD MD  9 years ago

Beautiful work!

littlegibbo  9 years ago

if u are doing more than one sweep ie- 4pics hight. and doing a 360′ which order is best? as i have tried but it wont link all the pictures

iyics  6 years ago

I’m wondering whether these programs have anything over Photoshop’s autostitch function?

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