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CHAPTER 7: Creating Panoramic Images
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You should also check your images for exposure consistency. Some stitching programs include exposure correction tools that automatically adjust brightness to a consistent level, but if your software doesn t include this feature, make the exposure adjustments in your photo editor before you begin the stitching process.
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To avoid degrading your picture, save your edited photo in the TIFF format if your stitching software can work with files in that format. TIFF does not degrade image quality like the other popular image format, JPEG. See 10 for more information about JPEG and its effect on image quality. 6 explains how to correct exposure.
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Before you launch your panorama software, shut down any other major programs that are running on your computer. Image-stitching places a big demand on your computer system, and closing other programs makes the maximum system resources available to the stitching software.
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After preparing your images and system, just follow your stitching software s instructions to open and stitch the images. I m sorry to be vague here, but every program uses different commands to set panorama options (size, type, file format, and so on) and launch the stitching software. Fortunately, most programs offer a wizard that guides you through these steps; see the next section for more information about file formats. When the program finishes stitching the panorama, you may need to give your input about how you want to crop the image to trim off any ragged edges that are created by the image-alignment process. You also may be given the option of manually fixing alignment problems, depending on the level of software you re using. The last step is to save the panorama; file format options are explained in the next section.
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Some stitching programs offer a blending control that allows you to specify how much image manipulation you want the software to perform when creating a seam. Adjusting this control can correct ghosting or obvious shifts in color or exposure. Also, most stitching tools ask you to specify the type of camera and lens focal length you used to shoot your images. Fiddling with these options can also improve your panorama. You may in fact get better results by choosing a different focal length than you actually used.
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Choosing a Panorama Format
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When you create a flat panorama, most programs enable you to save the stitched image as either a JPEG or TIFF file. For web use, choose JPEG, following the file-saving tips outlined in 10. If you instead plan to print the panorama, TIFF is a better choice, for the image-quality reasons just mentioned. You may want to make a copy of the panorama in both formats just in case you want both a print and web version. (Save to TIFF first, and then make a JPEG copy.) VR panoramas can be saved in a couple of formats, the two most common being the QuickTime VR format, better known as QTVR, and IVR, a format that was developed a few years ago by MGI Software (now a part of Roxio software). Some stitching programs also have their own proprietary format. Among other things, the format you choose dictates how the program builds the image, which is why you usually have to choose the format before you stitch the panorama. QTVR maps the images around a cylindrical projection, for example, while IVR uses a spherical projection. Each format also supports a different list of VR features, such as the option of adding audio tracks and identifying hot spots that a viewer can click to jump to another part of the image. (As mentioned earlier, these advanced VR elements require professional-level software.) Most important for panoramas that you want to share with others, the format dictates what software you need to use to view the image product. Thankfully, the viewers can be downloaded at no charge from the Internet; check your stitching software s help system for information on where to get the appropriate viewer.
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