Downtown Kansas City, Mo , USA. 10/01/20011
Thanks for the info. Will do.
It is a good lens but not the best. I have the
same one. Did you use 'Peripheral Illumination
Correction' on your camera? If not, better to
use it next time. It will eliminate this problem.
Now you can solve your problem in photoshop or at
least reduce it. Go to filters/lens correction and
select vignette. It will show you the camera and
lens profile applied. You have to do it on all
your images and than try to go for another stitch.
I am using Canon EF 100-400mm f4.5-5.6L IS USM. I
was using it at 400 mm focal length. I hope I
don't need a better lens than that! What can I
do to make this work? Thanks for commenting.
Hi Carl. This is called vignetting and it is
coming from your lens. You are using a very good
camera but I believe you need a better quality
lens. Btw what lens are you using?
This is our first Gigapan. Can anybody tell me why
we are getting the waffle effect with the sky?
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