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Umbrail Group Main Ridge
The Umbrail Group Main Ridge as seen from Piz Dora. Sept 21st 2008

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visentinpanorama bug ?

visentin

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looks like... look how the peaks disappear in the air on the right...
Posted Nov 14, 2010 6:53 am

Gangolf HaubRe: panorama bug ?

Gangolf Haub

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oops, you're right. Need to find the originals then :-(
Posted Nov 14, 2010 10:23 am

visentinRe: panorama bug ?

visentin

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searching desperately for old odd files in the bin, hoping they are still there... this situation happened to me more than once too :)
Posted Nov 14, 2010 2:56 pm

Gangolf HaubRe: panorama bug ?

Gangolf Haub

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Problem was that the fifth photo simply didn't fit. I had to take four different pics for the update. Thanks again!
Posted Nov 15, 2010 4:19 am

visentinRe: panorama bug ?

visentin

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What program do you use ? i use PM4 and sometimes (but much more rarely than PM3) I have to adjust points manually. The old picture looked very much like such issue. Or sometimes, I discover that adjusting does not help and I remember the last picture was taken some 100 meters further on the trail :)
Posted Nov 15, 2010 5:20 am

Gangolf HaubRe: panorama bug ?

Gangolf Haub

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I usually use Photoshop for it. It is quicker to use if you manage your pictures with Lightroom. Results are similar. Sometimes Photoshop gets confused by the foreground and I revert to PM 4. The trick here is to use only points on the horizon (or far away) as this is what you want to fit.
Posted Nov 15, 2010 7:28 am

visentinRe: panorama bug ?

visentin

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Sure.
I've got a technical question, because often my panoramas of something "below" (canyon view from a top) or "above" (mountain tops from a valley) tend to be a bit "banana"; how do you untwist them ? I use to achieve this by "cheating" a bit with the manual points, but any better technique would be welcome !
Posted Nov 15, 2010 7:48 am

Gangolf HaubRe: panorama bug ?

Gangolf Haub

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Two rules: I always take panoramas with the widest angle (18mm in my case), especially the 360° panoramas. Second rule is really to place the PM4 markers always as far in the background as possible, never in the foreground. The 360° panoramas, which easily end up like waves, can be untwisted that way.
Posted Nov 15, 2010 9:21 am

visentinRe: panorama bug ?

visentin

Voted 10/10

Thanks !
Just finished a page of an area in your country. Ever been there ? I Hope you'll like it ;)
Posted Nov 16, 2010 4:49 pm

EricChuRe: panorama bug ?

EricChu

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I just had a look at your page on mbpost, Eric - looks marvelous!
Posted Nov 19, 2010 1:38 pm

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Gangolf HaubSubmitted by Gangolf Haub
on Nov 14, 2010 5:47 am

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Object Title: Umbrail Group Main Ridge