It was raining and people were running not to get wet (As you see in the first snapshot). *** Worth viewing the photo on Google Earth, just try!
I got your previous question. My stitching
software is AutoPano Pro 1.7 and I guess it is an
excellent stitcher like yours; but I wanted to
know the problem with photo (that it's not 90
degree straight) shows in the photo above or on
Google Earth. *** I guess you are talking about
the buildings on the left of the photo, you are
right, they are not 90 degree straight, but
that's not very obvious, they are only 5 to 10
degrees wrong (and it does not happen always). I
will be happy to have some of your suggestions.
I mean the software to create (stitch) the
panorama. I'm using PTGUI, (www.ptgui.com ) it has a lot of
options and one of the best software to create
panoramas. PanoBot was my first self made
motorized head, you can find details here: emrichs.de/panoflexi/panobot-en.ht
You mean on Google Earth or the normal photo?
What stitching software are you using? Does it not
have a feature to align the pictures? Buildings
would be straight 90° and not look like the tower
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