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Sender:Erik Krause
Date/Time:2009-Dec-15 18:38:52
Subject:Re: Gigapixel, handheld...


PanoTools NG: Re: Gigapixel, handheld... Erik Krause 2009-Dec-15 18:38:52
Bernhard Vogl wrote:

> One point i'd be specifically interested is, how you merged the 
> different resolutions to a final panorama. If i read it right, you have 
> done this with Photoshop? 

No, I did it with PTGui blender. I stitched each resolution separately 
as a full equirect. After editing each version in photoshop I saved as 
TIFF with alpha channel mask. Then I loaded the three version into 
PTGui. Since all three images are 360° equirects I didn't even need to 
use different lens parameters. Then I played with blend priority until 
it looked ok in pano editor. Blend priority was the reason why I did it 
with PTGui.

 > How did you blend the seams? (I really can't spot any)

Most of it did the PTGui blender. I saved as "blended and layers" of 
course and edited some seams in photoshop. I always tried to have the 
seam in some shadowy region ;-) You can easily spot the transitions if 
you zoom in to the stones surrounding the great block in nadir.

best regards
Erik Krause


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