360 Panoramic Photography - part 1

Paul Cheney

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21 Videos (1h 31m)
    • Equipment and Software

      3:01
    • Setting up the Equipment

      8:25
    • Shooting the Pictures

      9:10
    • Shooting with an Iris 360

      6:07
    • Organizing the Photos

      13:17
    • Image Processing Overview

      2:59
    • Processing RAW to HDR

      4:34
    • Processing RAW to TIF to HDR

      5:32
    • Processing RAW to TIF (without the HDR step)

      2:37
    • Tripod Removal

      6:02
    • Tripod Removal using a Photoshop Action

      5:13
    • Deghosting

      1:54
    • Conclusion

      0:21
    • Stitching Overview

      1:05
    • Use AutoPanoGiga with 6 images

      5:43
    • Use AutoPanoGiga with 5 images

      2:05
    • Use AutoPanoGiga Batch Processing

      6:19
    • Use PT GUI with 6 images

      1:48
    • Use PT GUI with 5 images

      1:01
    • Use PT GUI Batch Processing

      3:10
    • Conclusion of Stitching

      0:15

About This Class

Panoramic Photography is becoming more popular as the tools to take and publish photospheres become easier to use and more readily available. However, not all photospheres are good quality.

This course will provide you with industry standard expertise in purchasing equipment, acquiring, processing and stitching panoramic images, and publishing them to the web, iBooks, and Google Maps.

I will walk you through the process that I use to create high quality panoramic images using a DSLR camera, an iris 360 and Theta S camera. In order to take full advantage of this course you will need to have access to the required equipment and software which I will carefully outline.

You can download sample images used in the video tutorials at Spartan Design University.

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nice course about take panoramas.
Ralph Nas

find for good