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Full panorama isn't stitching

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Mar 20, 2024 Mar 20, 2024

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Hello. My panorama isn't fully stitching even though I believe all the photos are there. Looks like there maybe isn't enough information for it to finish? Any ideas on how to complete this for the client? 

 

Thanks, 

Jake 

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LEGEND ,
Mar 20, 2024 Mar 20, 2024

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1. The shoot, how many columns, how many rows?

2. The shooting order, it appears unstructured, what was the pattern? And what two photos failed? Can you annotate your screen shot to indicate what photos go together, say by column.

3. Appears to be multiple row multiple column. First assumption would be to go for spherical, although to also see if perspective helps with an odd shot. Only cylinder if spherical fails.

4. Did yo accomplish any develop module edits prior to merge attempt?  If so, try without.

 

P.S. you might want to shoot in portrait next time as to cut down on rows.

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Mar 20, 2024 Mar 20, 2024

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You might want to try in PS.

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It looks like the pano should be three rows of seven, but it looks like you are missing the lower two frames on the left. Is that possible? 

As GoldingD said, shooting pano images vertically works much better. Also, 50% overlap will give you good results. For a multi-row pano, that would be 50% vertically and horizontally. 

 

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