A little 360 Pano to get you into 2019

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  1. Jagerbomb52

    Jagerbomb52 Well-Known Member
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    Very Beautifull, where is it located?
     
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    Jagerbomb52 Well-Known Member
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    Northern Ontario Canada

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  4. BigA

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    Nice stuff, I have done few of these, what do you do about the the bit where the camera is looking up at the sky.
    Is the looking straight up bit all photo shop?
     
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    Well this one is done with my Parrot Anafi which has a 180 degree camera. It is able to look straight up and never has the props in the shot.
     
  6. BigA

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    Thanks that's neat, I looked up the Parrot is seems better than the DJI Mavic Air. Well I will have to just continue with photoshopping the sky.
     
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    I have done at least 20 of these 360 Panos with my other UAV's and was never very good at the Photoshopping the sky part so when Parrot came out with the firmware update that does it automatically I was a happy camper. Some are not perfect but they are easily corrected in Photoshop using the improved Content Aware Tool in Photoshop 2019.
     
  8. BigA

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    I have done a few using a Phantom 3. They are at
    https://roundme.com/@biga/tours
    A couple of those there are ground based using a
    Nikon D800. In those cases I have to photoshop out the tripod legs.
     
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    Very, very nice!

    Did you use any lens filter?
    You kept your white balance and setting all around, what did you expose for first?
     
  10. Jagerbomb52

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    The Parrot Anafi sets the exposure on the first photo so it is a good idea to be pointing at your most interesting spot. I think I just got luck on this one. :)
     
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