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Creating Panoramic Photos indoor
I have a question about indoor panoramic shots. I have been shooting a veterinary practice lately and found that the panoramic image i tried had a bunch of major errors. I have a wide angle lens (14-24) but for a crop sensor, a single shot just wasn't wide enough.
Do you have any tips on how I can get an image stiched together without issues? Maybe it is a matter of correcting the lens distortion of each image before merging them together in PS. I also tried Hugin - those results were a little better - but far away from usable.
I tried my best to keep my tripod on the same exact geometric spot, but objects in the foreground just weren't nice.
vet pract. panorama by f i n n t r o l l , on Flickr
And here if you zoom in a little bit, you see that there is geometric distortion in some specific areas. It was a lot of work to fix that in PS, so do you think there is an easier way??
error by f i n n t r o l l , on Flickr
Other advise is use a steady tripod and don't move when shooting. But yeah, I think the wide-angle lens is the problem.
shooting 2 rows with 4 shots each using a focal lengh of about 50mm didn't make good results either (that was even worse than 24mm)
I think I've used it the past with good success but I've not made any panoramas in a few years
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