1. How to stitch photos with fast moving clouds or other moving objects?
2. How to stitch photos when the light condition change within minutes?
3. Perspective distortion most pronounced when the object is really near. How to stitch to over come this?
Last edited by kriegsketten; 1st August 2010 at 12:12 AM.
Dun snatch lah. Someone sell in BNS now
1. Work around the movement? FYI, try to get a clear shot of this in the evening without any boats/lights... (each shot were 20sec long)
2. When I started
When I ended
What I ended up with
(each shot 30sec)
But of course, understanding the limitations of what one has and working around it. If a LE cannot be done, then don't do a LE. Vertically shot quickly, one can get something out... somehow
1. Do it fast, clone out unwanted subjects adding little value to ur resulting pic
2. Same as 1
3. Correction can always be done post
LE pano stitch of 4 imgs with 15s each (i corrected my perspective correction on the furthest left)
Yep, I also agree that having the equipments will make the job easier, but if not, then the idea is work around, or just work within the limitations of what one has.
Last edited by kriegsketten; 1st August 2010 at 01:14 AM.
Work around or work within the limitation.
I had try stitching the TP railway station shots. I was really close to the building when doing the shots. The result is like using a fisheye lens.... Then I try to correct the perspective tilt in every shots before stitching. Building now looks more properly straight somehow... but no way near a single shot taken straight and far.
I will post both the photos when I can, to let you see.... you will laugh at my first attempt.
I'm just wondering which UWA is your preference and why?
So far, everyone I talk to, tell me a different story.
Like Tokina 11-16 is best.... or Tamron 10-24 is better.....
There isn't really much useful stuff to dig on the internet. Dpreview only did one UWA review.... I have look at photos taken using these lens. Can't tell the difference... probably becos the image size been reduced...
Actually, several have told me to go with the Sigma instead which has better build and maybe superior optics but in my opinion, you can't really tell unless shooting for huge prints. There's also a review done on the Tamron by Clubsnap! Here it is:
And here's real world shots using the lens:
The fact that hardly anyone has this lens also appeals to me. I like that unique feeling but also on the other hand, my brain is telling me to be wary. There must be a reason why people are not buying it! But my heart is saying get the lens, it will be a good challenge to use it well and prove its worth in capable hands! Ha... maybe that's also my ego talking!
Last edited by Ghaz1; 1st August 2010 at 09:48 AM.
Vision is more important than gear
all the best in your search! Getting it today to bring on 7Aug?