Only a small testimony


(Mica) #21

Awesome!


(Isaac Ullah) #22

Just submitted a pull request to you. Added bracketed images and a readme.md file to explain them. Let me know if you need anything else!!


(Mica) #23

Awesome! Thank you, I saw that earlier but don’t have github access on my phone. I’ll pull it tomorrow.


(Mica) #24

@Isaac Do you have a lens profile for these shots?


(Isaac Ullah) #25

No lens profile, but I have been achieving good results simply setting lens information manually each time with “equirectangular”, choosing focal length of 12mm, and crop factor of 2 (micro four thirds). The lens is the Samyang/Rokinon 12mm f2. I did a half-hearted Google search for an available lens profile file for this lens the other day, but didn’t find one. Have been too busy to set up a proper calibration image to make a profile with hugin calibration tool, but could try to do that in the next few days…


#26

Hi,

I also wanted to say that I have used hugin lately for some blending of bracketed (non tripod) panorama shots. It works great for the alignment and I do love the “exposure fused from stack” output as it gives me a very nice realistic look (not the overly HDR-effect kind of look), which is a great starting point for further processing (if wanted).

So thanks to the developers !!!
:slight_smile:


(Mica) #27

I finally had time to circle back to the tutorial, if anyone wants to proof read it, it can be found here.


(Pat David) #28

Looks like there may have been an errant paste here:

Select the **Calculgit rebase backstopjs-test git rebase backstopjs-next micas@thehorn:~/Desktop/Photography/website$
ate Field of View** button. 1. Select the Calculate Optimal Size button

Otherwise it’s looking good! :slight_smile:


(Mica) #29

Oh damn!


(Mica) #30

I fixed that typo/mispaste, thanks @patdavid.

My last question, @Carmelo_DrRaw, would be:

When selecting the roll and vertical + horizontal translation, should I also select the shot I’ve chosen as my exposure/position anchor?


(Carmelo Dr Raw) #31

As far as I understand, no. The anchor image is left unchanged… probably the fact that it is marked as “not active” automatically fixes the parameters, but I’ve not directly checked this statement.


(Mica) #32

Thanks @Carmelo_DrRaw!

@patdavid I think this article is almost good to go.

On my local machine, I zipped the three example folders, should I just check them into git?


(Pat David) #33

Sure? The example folders are all the images and assets? You can leave them all in the post folder, too. I doubt we’d be gaining much from zip compression on them. You can either send a PR, or a patch (up to you).


(Mica) #34

I though zipping them would spare people from downloading each file individually, since there are three sets of bracketed shots: one with 3, and two with 5+.


(Pat David) #35

Of course. Excuse my brain-fart (I’m getting old). Package however you want it, and I’ll make sure it gets published and is available. :slight_smile: