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12-23-2019, 08:16 AM - 3 Likes   #286
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another 3 frame....suntar 35/f2.8 m42...k-50



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another 3 frame....suntar 35/f2.8 m42...k-50
Lovely nostalgic feeling you've created here.
12-24-2019, 08:20 PM   #288
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Lovely nostalgic feeling you've created here.
thank you....they are neat little light boxes...this one will likely see a roll or 2
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How do you all make sure to not miss a key shot that ruins the final shot? i.e. a corner missed so the whole images has to be cropped smaller.

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How do you all make sure to not miss a key shot that ruins the final shot? i.e. a corner missed so the whole images has to be cropped smaller.
generally cross my fingers...not very technical about it and that's why mine are not very good and usually keep the shot count low
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3 frames....mamiya/sekor 55/f1.8 m42...k-50...af360fgz...cactus v6

12-26-2019, 04:01 AM - 1 Like   #292
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How do you all make sure to not miss a key shot that ruins the final shot? i.e. a corner missed so the whole images has to be cropped smaller.
  1. Be systematic with the shots.
  2. Don't skimp on the overlap - more overlap is good. It means more shots but reduced chances of missing a bit.
  3. Be generous with the overall field of view - go far beyond what you hope will be the field of view of the finished photo.


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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
  1. Be systematic with the shots.
  2. Don't skimp on the overlap - more overlap is good. It means more shots but reduced chances of missing a bit.
  3. Be generous with the overall field of view - go far beyond what you hope will be the field of view of the finished photo.
I think that third part might be the most important- after doing any sort of distortion corrections you're going to end up cropping a lot of misaligned stuff around the margins, so overshooting the framing is the safest way to do it.
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the operating table......4-5 frames....mamiya/sekor 55/f1.8m42...k-50

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I've never had a problem with mis-aligned shots around the edges. Very occasionally I'll get a case of the stitching software being unable to correctly stitch images (especially likely if it includes railings) or being completely unable to stitch an image from it's components, but I don't think images at the edge are any more likely to be misaligned than those in the centre.

Here's a Brenizer from yesterday made with the M 50mm f/1.7, wide open of course.


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12-31-2019, 10:29 PM   #296
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(especially likely if it includes railings)
have had many a problem with railings!!

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Here's a Brenizer from yesterday made with the M 50mm f/1.7, wide open of course.
very nice! I don't quite get that effect yet but getting closer to it
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another view of the operating table....

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Here's another mild bren, 8 shots stitched vertically, FA43 wide open;

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Here's another mild bren, 8 shots stitched vertically, FA43 wide open;
The technique adds nicely to the quirky-surreal mood.
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Just two pictures stitch, Auto Yashinon DS-M 55mm f1.2 Tamioka @ f1.2
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