Russell Brown Makes Me Look Good!

by George on December 19, 2012

The Duomo, Milan

Photograph © George A. Jardine

Russell Brown has posted a GREAT, new video tutorial on merging panoramas and using Photoshop’s new Adaptive Wide Angle filter. You can find the new tutorial here, on Facebook.

After my latest ICP workshop in Italy, I took a day to visit Milan—my first time visiting that city. The Duomo was stunning. We had good weather, but I’m still kicking myself for not taking my tripod and pano gear, because this quick, off-the-cuff handheld pano turns out to be one of my favorite photos from the entire trip.

Click the image above, to see a large version. I did not use Russell’s super tips to fix all the panorama distortions that he shows in the video, but I think you’ll find the detail in the larger version interesting. You’ll have to scroll the image horizontally in your browser, to see the entire image.

Click here to see a few photos from the workshop.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Paul Beiser December 20, 2012 at 8:40 AM

Really cool, thanks for sharing.. and love that stitched image!

Daniel Ginsberg January 21, 2013 at 9:57 PM

Very nice. Did you take the photos so fast that no one moved from one frame into another, or did you edit them out?

George January 22, 2013 at 7:15 AM

No… people do move in between the exposures. The Photoshop stacking and blending routines very nicely take that into account. Objects that move between frames are generally masked out automatically.


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