7 Replies Latest reply on Sep 10, 2017 4:56 AM by ozpink

    Can anyone offer advice on stitching a panorama that keeps distinct edges straight?

    ozpink

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      Hi, I want to make a panoramic image of a factory environment (so close up or near field), but would like to keep distinct edges straight.

      Ultimately I want to create an image from the perspective of standing on a raised platform & looking through a semi-solid wall (that I will apply a partial transparency) to the factory floor scene. I am limited by the placement of windows as to where I can shoot the floor scene. Added to that, the foreground is very close to where the camera is positioned & all attempts to use Photomerge has resulted in the straight edge of a spoon drain curving widely through the foreground at the bottom of the image.

      Can anyone offer some advice or have I bitten off more than I can chew?

      P.S. I appreciate some of that foreground will be obscured by the edge of the raised platform from my line of sight, so perhaps just an easing of that curve?

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