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Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by sdharris, May 13, 2015.

  1. sdharris

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    This a really quick panorama taken with the Phantom 3 and processed using the Lightroom Photo Merge/Panorama plugin - nothing fancy but happy with the outcome.

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    View on 500px for a larger view - Hotwells, Bristol on 500px.
     
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  2. sawdog

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    So how do you shoot panormas like this? Do you have a wide enough angle or rotate your gimbal or...? I am new here - infact have yet to actually purchase my Phantom keep hoping soon.

    Thanks
     
  3. sdharris

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    With the P3 you rotate the whole thing in place as it lacks the gimbal rotation of the Inspire 1. The above is about 5 shots rotating a bit at a time with plenty of overlap.

    Thanks for looking.
     
  4. sawdog

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    Thats a very impressive shot for rotating the bird. I assume it helps if its a still day.
     
  5. landmannnn

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    Not so much, you just glue the photos together on a photo editor, covering the joins is the most difficult bit.