Tuesday, 4 June 2013

Tutorial Photo: Creation of a panorama from multiple photos

In travel,.

many sites are huge

and cannot return in full

in the viewfinder of our

digital camera,

even with a wide angle.

In addition, the angle is large,

more optical deformations

are important.

So, how do

to have a picture

which corresponds to what we saw?

Panorama of the Rynek in the city of Wroclaw, Poland

(click the image for a larger view)

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It is necessary to make a panorama

with a software specialist,

who assembles the different images for you

and then demonstrate

a bit of creativity

to refine the details of the final picture.

An example with the Rynek (main square)

the beautiful city of Wroclaw

in Poland.

The software is Photoshop,

but many other free software

lead to a similar result.

First of all, shooting,

take several pictures

which is overlapping

with about 1/3

the relation to each other.

The various photos that have served to make the panorama

overlap each other

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Then the automation function / Photomerge


is responsible for a good part of the work

(check the cylindrical option

for a correct result,.

alternative giving effects

more than surprising...)

Once this assemblage of photos realized,

need to crop the image.

The Assembly of the various photos

gives a result it is necessary to crop

to homogenize

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White areas appear,

must be fill

with the Clone Stamp.

Fortunately, most of the time,

It's heaven or plants, parts

so easy to duplicate

with a natural result.

Once cropped panorama and whites filled using the Clone Stamp

We note that the Tower of the Church is bent due to the deformation of the objective

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On this panorama image there is however

that theChurch is twisted (distortion of the objective).

I selected the area concerned

to rotate

and I've done fittings

with the clone stamp.

Operation of "recovery" from the Tower of the Church,

the optical distortion correction

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It remains only to process the image in a traditional manner...

... and find the final panorama presented at the top of this article!

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