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help with autostitch

aaronnorth

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Hi,
as i was explaining on another thread, whenever i use autostitch it comes out really distorted, any tips or ideas where i am going wrong?
or do you have to edit it a final time?

Thanks, Aaron

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aaronnorth

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skinz180189 said:
It's due to the alignment of the images. It usually does that, then you just need to trim it up using crop and get it looking neat.

thanks,

i do crop it but then the fence still isnt straight. I have tried changing the perspective but that didnt work

thanks, Aaron
 

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aaronnorth said:
skinz180189 said:
It's due to the alignment of the images. It usually does that, then you just need to trim it up using crop and get it looking neat.

thanks,

i do crop it but then the fence still isnt straight. I have tried changing the perspective but that didnt work

thanks, Aaron
CS3 has a really handy Distort feature, just for things like this. :thumbup:
 

aaronnorth

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Tom said:
Were you shooting at quite a wide angle? That can cause distortion (think fisheye for the extreme), and then if you stitch multiple together, you will get that effect.

Tom

38mm - which is the widest angle. I'll try anothe attempt, but i thought the idea of a panorama is to get as much landscape in as possible

thanks, Aaron
 
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