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    Bro must really learn from you man. I can achieve a good pano with a P&S S30 using the photostitch from canon but with the DSLR I juz could not achieve it.

    I tried using total manual mode where I selected my own aperture and shutter speed. I set it up for f/22 (juz for kicks ) and still had the uneven lines.

    Next outing you coming or not? Can teach us, Si Fu?

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    AE lock should be fine. another probability may be due to the uneven exposure caused by vignetting. perhaps stopping down the aperture should solve the problem?
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    share some noob takes with u guys ^^

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    Wah... Buggy, u can call this noob ah... Then I better take a luk at ur album n absorb all ur skills liao lah... If going out for outing, u muz teach me ah... Can we view it from our camera LCD n know whether is it alrite to do a pano? Or muz view from PC itself and edit like wat YC haf mention previously??
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    Quote Originally Posted by yllew View Post
    But before that, all photos must be taken with AE lock, rite? I need to cfm on this AE Lock... Coz, I tried using AE lock, then I used PS fotomerge... I haf the same prob as Kelvin... There is a line of deeper colours where the photos overlap... Then YC mention that haf to remove it using PS again...

    Is it realli necessary if we taken pics using AE Lock?
    AE Lock and SPEED. Especially at setting or rising sun. The brightness differes very fast.

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    Some Panos:







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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Ang View Post
    Some Panos:







    but this pic if send for print out very exp..

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    Print 4R loor...
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    hohoh... i see causeway brought back some "memory"
    suddenly all so interested in pano shots

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    After reading Buggy's and Andy's post, I juz realised why I got the line. It coz I was using the wide angle of the Zoom lense so kenna vignetting. Also, I was try to capture too much per image and so not enough "overlap". Canon Powershot recommends between 30%-50% overlap *sigh*. Think for the next shoot must try again.

    Thanks Andy and Buggy.

    BTW, loved your water shot Andy. Where did you capture it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Ang View Post
    Print 4R loor...
    if print 4R , detail too small.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelvgoh View Post
    Bro must really learn from you man. I can achieve a good pano with a P&S S30 using the photostitch from canon but with the DSLR I juz could not achieve it.

    I tried using total manual mode where I selected my own aperture and shutter speed. I set it up for f/22 (juz for kicks ) and still had the uneven lines.

    Next outing you coming or not? Can teach us, Si Fu?

    Cheers

    Kelvin
    haha.. i not shifu lah. still learning also

    yah i'm coming for the next outing, cya soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelvgoh View Post
    After reading Buggy's and Andy's post, I juz realised why I got the line. It coz I was using the wide angle of the Zoom lense so kenna vignetting. Also, I was try to capture too much per image and so not enough "overlap". Canon Powershot recommends between 30%-50% overlap *sigh*. Think for the next shoot must try again.

    Thanks Andy and Buggy.

    BTW, loved your water shot Andy. Where did you capture it?

    Cheers

    Kelvin
    some of the bad pano stitching might be due to auto white balance as well. instead of stitching landscape photos, some may recommend stitching portrait photos to form the pano shot.


    Andy's pano is
    very long never see u liao... the last time was at geylang serai

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    Quote Originally Posted by yllew View Post
    Wah... Buggy, u can call this noob ah... Then I better take a luk at ur album n absorb all ur skills liao lah... If going out for outing, u muz teach me ah... Can we view it from our camera LCD n know whether is it alrite to do a pano? Or muz view from PC itself and edit like wat YC haf mention previously??
    sometimes hard to gauge.. but like kelvin mentioned if it covers at least 30% it should be fine and avoid using wide angle.

    haha i still got lots to learn from u all also

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    What I need to learn from you guys is more on the composition and lighting. I was never very good at that . Most of my shots are more snap & go type.

    I usually take candid shots at family events so not much of composition involved, juz super close-upz .

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    sometimes hard to gauge.. but like kelvin mentioned if it covers at least 30% it should be fine and avoid using wide angle.

    haha i still got lots to learn from u all also
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    hi... I live in Woodlands too. Hope to see u guys in any upcoming shoots! Any kopi session coming up soon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SolBadGuy View Post
    hi... I live in Woodlands too. Hope to see u guys in any upcoming shoots! Any kopi session coming up soon?
    come n join us for outing.... la

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    The shots taken at Sembawang Park with the 2 beautiful ladies. Post-pro this morning before coming to work... Critiques welcome!! Slaughter oso can...

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    Quote Originally Posted by yllew View Post
    The shots taken at Sembawang Park with the 2 beautiful ladies. Post-pro this morning before coming to work... Critiques welcome!! Slaughter oso can...



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    swee .. Marco len still works wonder for close-up pic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelvgoh View Post

    BTW, loved your water shot Andy. Where did you capture it?
    It is at Causeway View Estate. Just opposite Johore.
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    It is at Causeway View Estate. Just opposite Johore.
    hor hor... when u took it? dun let the police catch u

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buggy View Post
    some of the bad pano stitching might be due to auto white balance as well. instead of stitching landscape photos, some may recommend stitching portrait photos to form the pano shot.


    Andy's pano is
    very long never see u liao... the last time was at geylang serai
    Yes, Mine is Stitched using Potrait configuration.
    Forgot actual number, the water pano is a stitched with 21 - 24 Shots.
    Almost crashed my Computer. The final output file think is areound 100 - 200MB.

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