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Here is an incredibly simple two shot panorama: ..notice that there are people right in the middle where the shots overlap. The Hugin 'Preview window' shows this quite well in 'difference' mode: ..where you can see the people and their shadow cover nearly the entire overlap area. I'll stitch this in Hugin using enblend (and I'll save the remapped images because we'll need them later):
Here's a brief description on how to use the filters. First some info on my setup. I shoot my panoramas using a Nikon 10.5mm fisheye lens on my full frame Canon camera.
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This Tutorial shows you how to capture and stitch photographs exceeding the resolution of your camera. In the tutorial I am going to create a 73.2 Megapixel Image, but the Image Size is virtually unlimited (except by your computers capabilities). I will walk through the whole process including the most important part of taking the pictures. With this technique you can stitch Panoramas of any resolution. Learn more about High Resolution Images . <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
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