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First Panorama Attempt

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision Discussion' started by arinvideo, Dec 1, 2013.

  1. arinvideo

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    Used Photoshop to do lens profile adjustment and stitching
     

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    Holy CRAP!!!! Awesome!!! :shock: :) :D

    -slinger
     
  3. mitchsden

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    Looks great, well done :)

    How may shots was that made up of ?
     
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    Thanks, It was 6 photos. I sure hope Dji fixes that major lag in the app when taking a photo. I don't like using the time-lapse option.
     
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    its images like this that make me think I should pull the trigger on a vision.
     
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    One more :)
     

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    That's just amazing. I've got to learn to do this. :oops: :oops: :oops:
     
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    Good Job, Awesome images. Just for shits and giggles I decided to play with your images in Photoshop, and see if I could get a little more detail in the shadows and skies, and make the colors pop a little bit more. Here are my results.
     

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    Here you go - Adobe has a great series of free tutorial videos that show you how to do this:
    http://tv.adobe.com/show/take-flight-in ... tive-cloud

    The 3rd video "Creating a 3/4 View Panorama" specifically goes thru the pano-stitching process using PV2 images.
     
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    Fantastic photos! Thanks for sharing. You've inspired me to get some good ones now.
     
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    NICE! What a cool effect. I look forward to doing this soon too. Thanks for sharing.

    James.