any experiences to share for indoor pano shoot?


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averynkh

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what if the space of the room/shop is long shape? so two sides are narrow...
are tripod and wide lens the must? for wide lens, what are the advantages?
how many pictures considered good enough to join?
and any tricks to find which part is easier to be the joining part?
thanks ya!!
 

Fragnatic

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depends on how wide-angle ur lens is, and software used.

basically, esp in indoor pano shots, tripod w/ pano heads is a must. to prevent parallex errors.
the centre of rotation shd coincide with nodal point in the lens.


tips on which part is easier to be the joining part?
depends on software. gd shots with use of gd software wont be too difficult. everything's auto.



this thread is useful: http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=347191 (mainly for outdoors only, indoors u must be careful of parallex errors, cos they can be rather tricky to correct even with gd software.)
 

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