RobbeK

RobbeK

Posted on 06/16/2015


Photo taken on June 16, 2015


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Bornem abbey - the Forest Gate

Bornem abbey - the Forest Gate
Nikon 1 V1
3 x 2 EQ 27mm 3 width - 2 height
Hugin Mercator projection

Better on a larger view

Christina Sonnenschein, Andrej Kutarna, Mtz ', Wolfgang Moersch and 4 other people have particularly liked this photo


11 comments - The latest ones
Robert Warren
Robert Warren
C'est une photo remarquable de beauté!
2 years ago.
beverleyplaya
beverleyplaya
o0o interesting to view the "gate" and your trees
are wonderful ... compliments oOo
2 years ago.
beverleyplaya
beverleyplaya
2 years ago.
Mitch Seaver
Mitch Seaver
Excellent work!
2 years ago.
beverleyplaya
beverleyplaya
thanks for joining ;-)
2 years ago.
╰☆☆June☆☆╮
╰☆☆June☆☆╮
Thank you for sharing your exceptional creation with us, here in ✴ Digital Dreams ✴
2 years ago.
╰☆☆June☆☆╮
╰☆☆June☆☆╮
Your beautiful capture was admired in Historical & Architectural Gems.
www.ipernity.com/group/332973
2 years ago.
Martin Siegel
Martin Siegel
Fine, fine, fine..
Did you need much overlap? 27 is already on the short side for panos, IMO.
2 years ago.
RobbeK
RobbeK
Hoi Martin,
Yes, a wide overlap - but I think Hugin first maps the images on a spherical area, the radius depending on the focal length of the optic - (reading it from the EXIF in case of jpeg ) before stitching. (though planar mapping like bi-plane and tri-plane is also possible ).
But all this making Hugin somewhat more complicated than ohter software, a reason many people do not like it and prefer something completely automatic ..
(in fact it can stitch fish eye images , and "flatten" same (as I tried with those from the Canon ultra fish-eye ... ) -- it even can be used to position/align bracketed and RGB filtered images as for tri chromes and DR increasing software.
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
Martin Siegel has replied to RobbeK
Hoi Rob,

thanks for the explanation. I have installed HUGIN agin and will try it soon.
Interesting feature to align also pics of the same object without panning.
Quite useful for your tri- chromes I believe.

Thanks again and
beste groeten
Martin
2 years ago.
RobbeK
RobbeK
Hoi Martin,

Important is you always can go back to the assistent (while in the assistent not all projections can be activated ) The Panini is an excellent de-fisheye tool , and like the Mercator vertical lines stay vertical
to compare :
rectinlinear : wiki.panotools.org/images/e/e3/TKS-Mmm-obliquev120-recti.png
Panini : wiki.panotools.org/images/b/ba/TKS-Mmm-obliquev120-gP70_50_50.png

but over around 150° is will go berserk (though the Ursel is iirc 159° angle of view)

oops , yes , you can study it here (verticals per 10°)
wiki.panotools.org/images/c/c2/220x120deg-panini-grid.png

grjts Rob
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.