Church - Vertical Panorama

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  1. &Denekamp

    &Denekamp TPF Noob!

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    First try at a vertical panorama.

    The church from my village. Didn't want to do the convertional front view angle (nor could I, cause there were huge trees blocking that view)

    I'm quite happy with the stitch on this one

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    Any comment or critique are welcome

    Niels
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    I like this shot a lot! However, the distortion is quite huge ... nonetheless, nice picture.
     
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    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    Hey good work! You can get rid of that bulge by using the transform perspective tool in PS and maybe a little bit of 'pinch'. The colours in those bricks are great!
     
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    i like it!!


    did you use an action to frame it?
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Nice one.
    But the distortion is such it feels like the church has just breathed in and is now holding its breath.... ;)
     
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    I like the kind of fish eye effect it has!
     
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    Thanks for all the comments! :)

    I liked toe way the tower bent away as it gets higher..:) but I'll have a see what it looks like after some perspective corrections.

    Kalee, I've written myself a script in paintshop that goes trough all the actions necessary to make this border, if thats what you mean?

    I'm glad you all like it! I'm thinking of printing it out as big as I can and present it to the church :)
     
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    It's a good idea, but the distortion really bothers me as well, I would correct for it during the stitching process.
     
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    How's this..? :) now that I see it this (corrected) way, I'm starting to like it over the fish eye-ish effect on the first one. but.. now the tower is (almost..) straight, the correction did bent the houses in the background.

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    It still looks badly distorted to me, Are you trying to correct it before or after you stitch, it would be much eaiser before. this is the best I could do with out the origionals.

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    wait, are you trying to staiten out the tower till it looks like this:
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    cause that is not what I'm going for.. I like how the tower narrows as it goes higher, and don't want to loose that effect.. so I would like to keep it like this:

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    Ok, if you want to keep the perspective of the top you have to flair the bottom. The two photos both have different perspectives, one has to be matched to the other or you get that distorted look. Here is the bottom matched to the toop:

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