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05-07-2022, 01:47 AM - 2 Likes   #2866
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A dishonest baker's dozen. Pano by cropping. Good to see this on a sunny day. The older I get the less I like winters and ****

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Nice panoramas, and if you want to see dense grazing ratios, visit the Netherlands. Nothing but 'green desert' (the nickname for the non-biodiverse high-energy/prote´ne/mineral grasslands that enable the Dutch dairy industry). Not as pretty as this sight, though.
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Morning sun at Middle Cove, NL. 3 shot pano.f8.0, 1/800,ISO 20, handheld, 55-300 plm.
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A six exposure stitch from in the Black Canyon of the Gunnison. I did a hard hike down to the river yesterday and it was spectacular! Today I'm having a hard time navigating my stairs!

K-3iii & 16-50/2.8 (old version screwdrive converted) 6 vertical exposures at 16mm

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QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
A six exposure stitch from in the Black Canyon of the Gunnison. I did a hard hike down to the river yesterday and it was spectacular! Today I'm having a hard time navigating my stairs!

K-3iii & 16-50/2.8 (old version screwdrive converted) 6 vertical exposures at 16mm

Wonderful image, as are so many that you post. The canyon is definitely not "human friendly."
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A few cropped panos herein

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Another reptilian pano. Snakes are a natural for a pano-by-cropping.
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QuoteOriginally posted by WPRESTO Quote
Another reptilian pano. Snakes are a natural for a pano-by-cropping.
Would be a difficult stitch!
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Upgraded to Capture One Pro 22 which offers an embedded panorama module. First trial with four horizontal images I took last year. Originally stitched with PTGui - now with Capture One Pro. The images are made using a pano head and "no-parallax-point-rail", K-1 and DFA28-105@28mm.

Guess this will be sufficient for the kind of panos I do. No need to use intermediate 16 bit tiff and another software. I can choose from four projections. The moment you choose a projection, stitching starts. In this case I chose the exotic panini projection. A virtual result is generated and shown. Change the projection type and this projection is applied. Repeat until you like one, then confirm and a huge DNG file is generated. This file is huge for this kind of projection. Have to check results for the other projections.

Seems you can apply all Capture One Pro functions the usual way to optimize the image to your visualisation and/or liking. Usually the fist function to apply will be cropping.

A significant crop to get an image that can be shown in this thread:



First impression: very easy to use and good stitching result, huge DNG files and some waiting time to get the projection and stored DNG.
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Both by crop

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QuoteOriginally posted by acoufap Quote
Upgraded to Capture One Pro 22 which offers an embedded panorama module.
I'm runin CO 21 - no pano module... you telling me that 22 you can make panos stiched in the program itself w/o need for third party?
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I seem to have re-caught the stitched panorama bug and have done several lately, all with my Rokinon (Samyang) 24mm tilt/shift lens. Here's one:

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