Posted by seahunt on April 27, 2006 at 08:55:14:|
In Reply to: More info, please posted by Walt on April 26, 2006 at 21:34:47:
The design is that all memory is owned by this form and is in Login.h.
I was on the Blue and White Boat from Fisherman's Wharf last Friday. It
was shot hand held with my Oly S-80 (the one without the White Balance
control). Rum and Coke was in the other hand. How you do it is a Panorama
setting the camera has. In this setting, it shows framing boxes
on each side of the view finder. Each successive picture, you move where
the framing box fits where the other side framing box was.
They say it only works with real Olympus memory, then you load it in their
software and it stitches it together into one photo. It usually does a good
job. A medium sized picture starts out at about 8 MEG. The big pictures look good.
You can take up to 10 pictures in a sequence. Plenty for a 360. Actually, my
first three trys with it had astounding results. Later I started getting
sequences that didn't work as well.
I also used a blur tool some on that picture to soften the joints. You can still
see them some though in the water.... It changes moment to moment. I don't know
about the color. I suspect it was the combination of sunlight on the subjects
towards cloudy background. I may have used the Auto Adjust as well.
This 'Hunt for the Red Ab' is sort of some strange serial idea I have as an
excuse to post some pictures and tell something of a tale about last weekends
trip to SF. It's meant to be something of humor, but I haven't figured out just
what yet, so I am starting it out displaying these single wide pics. I think they
are incredibly cool. Instead of showing an object, they show a place. I'm glad you
like it. I've got probably a half dozen good ones. I hope to have a report done
by then and whether I got my toe wet or not, it's about diving, cuz I'm on the
Hunt For The Red Ab.