360Texas wrote: ↑
Fri Jul 19, 2019 11:08 pm
Heads up.. YOU obviously have done this before.
Your camera ... is it a full 35mm size sensor.
Your SamYang Fisheye lens. Is it full circle fisheye or 180 degree diagonal (lower left corner to upper right corner diagonal fisheye)
I remember that Nikon had a 180 fisheye diagonal that only required 8 images around on the horizon.
A full circle 180 only requires 4 images around the horizon.
overall stitching excellent only found 2 very very small stitch issues. Will load images in few minutes.
? did you white balance your stitched panorama? Different light types Flourescent, candescent, etc can kill a photo... unless you white balance adjust.
Yes I do / learned from a friend from Switzerland that is doing it the way he taught me for high class real estate broker over there.
But I learn more and more that his workflow can be improved... For example, I believe PTGui can replace Lightroom and Panorama Studio Pro 3 and would do a way better job.
For the camera sensor I needed to check a datasheet
: SO it seems that its not a full 35mm size sensor?
For the Samyang hope this answers your question/how do you know when its a full circle fisheye or 180 degree diagonal?:
As you can tell I'm hungry to learn but I'm still at the beginning of my eat first course
Yes the result of the stitching is awesome! I will rednder it with watermarks in PTGui and see if it does an even better job!
Of course, I do white balancing... normally!
in that case I skipped all the stuff besides stitching and checking for errors just for the sake of testing