Pretty impressive, although I would take out some of that red/magenta hue in
Photoshop Elements. A matter of taste, I guess.
Makes me want to experiment again with the Rolleiflex, PanoHead II and Rolleifix
On Jun 1, 2018, at 3:25 PM, CarlosMFreaza <cmfreaza@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Last weekend I remembered a topic about stitched panoramic photos and I
wanted to take a new one, it was a long time since I last did it.
They are five frames taken with the Rolleiflex 3,5F Planar and Kodak Portra
400; the camera was mounted with the Rolleifix on my Benro pro tripod and the
pano head; I aligned the tripod plate screw with the Rolleifix and the tripod
head rotation axis, this way the camera and lens combe turned around the
_camera body front line_
Photomerge PS Elements pano software perfectly, stitched the five frames in
30 sec, talking about perspective; I only cropped the stitched image
slightly to eliminate the small level difference between the frames.
I had taken a succesful pano about the same subject with the RPH twenty years
ago, but the camera position is different completely now:
PS:The pano original size will give me a 1 meter high quality print for the
long side, at 300 dpi.-