how to take 360 degree pic?


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averynkh

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does it need any special equitment?
****.. i have only nikon d80, and kit lens... without flash also...
tripod is just very normal one too...
very urgent.. pls help...
 

HVB88

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You may need a tripod.
Take several shots and stitch them together by using PS or other software (you can google for it).

Hope this is help.
 

Qingkai

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lol tripod which enables panning ? a tripod for video cam would be better. Orelse stitching would be a painful task. for stitching in PS, simply use a oversized canvas, place the pictures on the canvas and while reducing transparency of the overlapping picture to say 30%, try to piece them together. Finally revert transparency and crop. Alternatively there are software which can help u do that easily, plugins too.

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averynkh

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****.. it is so hard... dun kow how to take b:angry::dunno:

i have only alpha 100 with kit lens, and ball head tripod... i tried vertical and horizontal, cant stitch the pic... i only got photoshop

i tried 35mm/30degree, 50mm/30 degree, 18mm/90degree/45 degree, all pic cant really stitch together

i was thinking is the environment can be an issue?
coz that shop is long square's shape...
 

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****.. it is so hard... dun kow how to take b:angry::dunno:

i have only alpha 100 with kit lens, and ball head tripod... i tried vertical and horizontal, cant stitch the pic... i only got photoshop

i tried 35mm/30degree, 50mm/30 degree, 18mm/90degree/45 degree, all pic cant really stitch together

i was thinking is the environment can be an issue?
coz that shop is long square's shape...
Did you use a pano head ? Did you take in portrait position ?
For me, usually at 28mm ( after magnification ), I use 30 degree to rotate. You need 20% overlap at each side in order to get good stitching.
What stitching software are you using ?
 

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i juse using a ball head tripod...
and i using cs3 to stitch, result pretty good...
so far is ok.. later i got to take another shop, so bored...
i dun really set the turning degree... just keep less than 8 pic..
 

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i juse using a ball head tripod...
and i using cs3 to stitch, result pretty good...
so far is ok.. later i got to take another shop, so bored...
i dun really set the turning degree... just keep less than 8 pic..
If you dun use pano head, you may experience horizon not level issue and unable to capture wider angle view, thus your pano shot will end up very long.
 

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