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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by czechmark, May 8, 2007.
A city pano from Hamilton Park, NJ. Thanks to RFCNIKON for the location.
All I see is a line. :frown:
Hmmmm, I posted a thumbnail about 1 x 6 inches that you should be able to click to see a larger version.
Here's the link: http://i.pbase.com/g6/55/571555/2/78473789.HlnTlXlY.jpg
Now I can see it! :smile: That's quite the pano, how many shots did you combine?
Had me worried there for a minute.
7 images with D200/18-200 VR lens on a monopod. 70mm - 1/250 at f11 ISO 100. Compiled with Canon (you should pardon the expression) Photo Stitch software that came with my P & S camera. My initial effort in this type of image but I found it very interesting.
Very nice shot. I have done a bunch of panos from NJ myself. It is amazing the view they get of Manhattan. Anyway, my one critique is that there appear to be stitch lines in the pano. I can see 6 of them.
Otherwise, it is a great shot....nicely done.
How do you deal with stitch lines?
As I see it, this means that there are slight differences between each exposure that are creating the division lines. There are a few different ways to deal with this. The first is to clone them out and use a bit of the healing brush to fine tune it. The second is to re-process the images so that they are identical in their color brightness and intensity.
Thanks for the information James, I'll give it a shot. Stay tuned.