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Gigapan Comments (3)

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  1. Chris Fastie

    Chris Fastie (June 16, 2009, 03:08PM )

    Gary: The top edge photos that are raised above the apparently correct top edge are those with only sky beneath them. The photos that are raised more have more sky beneath them. This suggests that the stitcher erred in one direction (up) when trying to align photos with little pattern for matching. I don’t know if there is anything the GigaPan stitcher can do to avoid that. Its great to see Alaskan GigaPans. Chris

  2. Gary O Grimm

    Gary O Grimm (June 16, 2009, 10:29AM )

    Thank you Tom for your response. You encouraged me to examine the exported image in Photoshop and I was able to crop and modify the blue cast of the gigapan. I will try to upload the new one soon. As we examined the photo this way we could see a sea otter in one of the small bays to the right. I will create a snapshot on this existing image. Thanks again for your help. Gary

  3. Tom Nelson

    Tom Nelson (June 15, 2009, 12:40AM )

    Hi Gary, The ragged top is caused by minor variations in robotic positioning and by perspective. It'd be easy to clone in more sky or to simply crop the top a bit. I know of no more elegant solution. Tom