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    Quote Originally Posted by Ongoinglearner View Post
    I tried using that but then after I placed all 5 points the software say it's having problem and cannot link them. Is there something that I have to adjust on my camera while taking those pictures?
    How many pictures you have? i have around 3-4 pictures to stitch together. So i have around

    5 control points for picture 1&2,
    5 control points for picture 1&3,
    5 control points for picture 2&3,
    5 control points for picture 2&4,
    5 control points for picture 3&4.

    Remember after selecting the first control point, the subsequent points will be easy because the computer will try to suggest the correct spot for you. Also u should use the "finetune" button to get more accurate alligning.

    After that must select "optimze now" for both optimizer and exposure to achieve a constant exposure.

    If have pictures with vary exposures, you should anchor the picture with right exposure under "images", under the button call "anchor image for exposure".

    Finally go "assistant" to use the align and you will see the result, the smaller the standard deviation, the better. Mine came up as " very good fit statement"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ongoinglearner View Post
    I tried using that but then after I placed all 5 points the software say it's having problem and cannot link them. Is there something that I have to adjust on my camera while taking those pictures?
    maybe your overlap was not sufficient?
    I've not used Hugin before, so not much help... sorry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ongoinglearner View Post
    I tried using that but then after I placed all 5 points the software say it's having problem and cannot link them. Is there something that I have to adjust on my camera while taking those pictures?
    And of course it does help if the pictures are well taken. Like use a tripod and you fix the height and sweep from left to right, pray that the weather condition dont suddenly turn very dark or very bright or have strong winds that will affect the clouds movement. Camera settings, i never change much, except manual mode all the way with auto iso disabled.


    I am also still learning, so seniors feel free to guide or correct me if i am wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sqroot View Post
    How many pictures you have? i have around 3-4 pictures to stitch together. So i have around

    5 control points for picture 1&2,
    5 control points for picture 1&3,
    5 control points for picture 2&3,
    5 control points for picture 2&4,
    5 control points for picture 3&4.

    Remember after selecting the first control point, the subsequent points will be easy because the computer will try to suggest the correct spot for you. Also u should use the "finetune" button to get more accurate alligning.

    After that must select "optimze now" for both optimizer and exposure to achieve a constant exposure.

    If have pictures with vary exposures, you should anchor the picture with right exposure under "images", under the button call "anchor image for exposure".

    Finally go "assistant" to use the align and you will see the result, the smaller the standard deviation, the better. Mine came up as " very good fit statement"
    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    maybe your overlap was not sufficient?
    I've not used Hugin before, so not much help... sorry!
    Guys, thanks for helping, I will try it out again. I took only 3 pics. Never know that I have to place points on pics 1 &3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notsoclever View Post
    Will all or most of u go FX?? Seems like wor.
    Well, if you do find a need to, then go FF... otherwise don't end up with a white jumbo. Plus it's like going over to a more expensive system only 2-4 times more ex!

    For us, it's all talk (a dream)... Won't go there unless the price is more than reasonable to handle - lens-wise, it's going to kill us more than the FX body itself...

    Quote Originally Posted by skylover View Post
    nope.. alot of other usage.. work also.. but when needed.. I dun wan to do extra work.. =/
    I wanna get the web-version. But waiting for a good price. I need the Illustrator/Photoshop/Dreamweaver most.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ongoinglearner View Post
    Morning snappers, skylover bro, you used that hugins for the stitching?
    nope.. i'm using CS5
    Quote Originally Posted by Ongoinglearner View Post
    Guys, thanks for helping, I will try it out again. I took only 3 pics. Never know that I have to place points on pics 1 &3.
    I think if overlap best is at least 50% of it.
    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Well, if you do find a need to, then go FF... otherwise don't end up with a white jumbo. Plus it's like going over to a more expensive system only 2-4 times more ex!

    For us, it's all talk (a dream)... Won't go there unless the price is more than reasonable to handle - lens-wise, it's going to kill us more than the FX body itself...

    I wanna get the web-version. But waiting for a good price. I need the Illustrator/Photoshop/Dreamweaver most.
    mine is the full version that includes everything as per mention above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylover View Post
    nope.. i'm using CS5

    I think if overlap best is at least 50% of it.


    mine is the full version that includes everything as per mention above.
    The MASTER COLLECTION???

    First off... you make use of:
    Adobe Premier Pro?
    Sound Booth?
    and After Effects?

    If yes, you must be in the creative industry (film/advertising/etc)...

    For me, I don't think I'll be editing videos and sounds that much (unless I'm into it seriously). Hence, web-edition fits my needs more than other packages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    The MASTER COLLECTION???

    First off... you make use of:
    Adobe Premier Pro?
    Sound Booth?
    and After Effects?

    If yes, you must be in the creative industry (film/advertising/etc)...

    For me, I don't think I'll be editing videos and sounds that much (unless I'm into it seriously). Hence, web-edition fits my needs more than other packages.
    lolx.. nope.. I'm in the IT industry.
    I'm more towards web application consultant (java). hehe..
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylover View Post
    lolx.. nope.. I'm in the IT industry.
    I'm more towards web application consultant (java). hehe..
    Hmmm... a Javanese.

    Lol, me bit on the fence... I'm IT trained but stuck my foot into the Creative realm as well. I can program (trained in Basic, Cobol, Pascal, C, ASP during my heydays), but I find it a bit too dry for me so I slide over to the creative side many moons ago. Now I breathe Photoshop, Illustrator and Dreamweaver day in day out...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Hmmm... a Javanese.

    Lol, me bit on the fence... I'm IT trained but stuck my foot into the Creative realm as well. I can program (trained in Basic, Cobol, Pascal, C, ASP during my heydays), but I find it a bit too dry for me so I slide over to the creative side many moons ago. Now I breathe Photoshop, Illustrator and Dreamweaver day in day out...
    hahha.. yap.. its quite dry but at least it makes ur brain work..
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    on the pano stiching u can try PT gui. quite idiot proof

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylover View Post
    hahha.. yap.. its quite dry but at least it makes ur brain work..
    Bro... creative side does make your brain work too, ya know? And I ain't talking about any-o-how slap some colours here and there and then just call it art (that one should be called fart).

    Edit: aiyah, lets not dwell into this discussion. What is dry to me may not be dry to you. You're looking beyond that already, hence not that dry for you. It's just not my cup of tea that's all... For me, I can do for-next loops, call routines, if-then conditions, create/pass weird variables and constants straight text-book style... But if you ask me to make it more efficient and all, my mind will shut down....(like sian ji-puah...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Bro... creative side does make your brain work too, ya know? And I ain't talking about any-o-how slap some colours here and there and then just call it art (that one should be called fart).

    Edit: aiyah, lets not dwell into this discussion. What is dry to me may not be dry to you. You're looking beyond that already, hence not that dry for you. It's just not my cup of tea that's all... For me, I can do for-next loops, call routines, if-then conditions, create/pass weird variables and constants straight text-book style... But if you ask me to make it more efficient and all, my mind will shut down....(like sian ji-puah...)
    lolx.. some misunderstanding..i mean even though programming is dry but it makes ur brain work..
    creative on another hand is much more interesting at the same time ur brain need to work extra more than programming. tt's wad i think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylover View Post
    lolx.. some misunderstanding..i mean even though programming is dry but it makes ur brain work..
    creative on another hand is much more interesting at the same time ur brain need to work extra more than programming. tt's wad i think.
    Correct. Actually any form of serious work in any profession will make your brain work... It's just probably working out different parts of the brain that's all. Have you tried doing Human Resource Management work that you have to deal with staff shortages, recruitment (hire and fire), appraisals, etc? What I think? Different work makes different peeps tick... Whatever that floats your boat, remember?
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    enough about the variables, loops, and the languages! Java makes me dizzy, ASP.net gives me migraines, VB gives me sore eyes, Perl makes me nauseous......


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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiles88 View Post
    enough about the variables, loops, and the languages! Java makes me dizzy, ASP.net gives me migraines, VB gives me sore eyes, Perl makes me nauseous......
    Hahaha, another IT specialist!

    If I'm really good at programming? I'd put it to good use.... like making the iPOD work like an iPHONE! OR... reprogramming my D90 to have 100 AF points!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Hahaha, another IT specialist!

    If I'm really good at programming? I'd put it to good use.... like making the iPOD work like an iPHONE! OR... reprogramming my D90 to have 100 AF points!
    haha. not another IT specialist. my results sucked, and my programming sucks especially.
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    krig u did ask me why i would use nd to do potraits let say a high contrast scene, and i wanna use flash, but i still wanna maintain shooting at 2.8, i can sync my flash at max is 1/320.

    here is why, i know there are better method than mine, but i like using this way, others may disagree but hey it works for me... sorry cant show the pic with ppl in it but below is an example...

    iso400 1/320 fill flash, no nd...


    iso400 1/320 fill flash with nd


    hope this answers your question... if there is another method do tell me,
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    Quote Originally Posted by akerue View Post
    krig u did ask me why i would use nd to do potraits let say a high contrast scene, and i wanna use flash, but i still wanna maintain shooting at 2.8, i can sync my flash at max is 1/320.

    here is why, i know there are better method than mine, but i like using this way, others may disagree but hey it works for me... sorry cant show the pic with ppl in it but below is an example...

    iso400 1/320 fill flash, no nd...


    iso400 1/320 fill flash with nd


    hope this answers your question... if there is another method do tell me,
    Urm... time to give that pot of plant a decent burial... Not questioning your method bro, just wondering what ideas you have with NDs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Urm... time to give that pot of plant a decent burial... Not questioning your method bro, just wondering what ideas you have with NDs.
    hahahha, it belongs to my neighbors... thats all from me when come to NDs....
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