Haha! Cool. I hope to try 100 :D
I've gone 4 rows high. 360 sure sounds crazy. The problem is the size. Imaging loading 360 pics into photoshop? I only have 4 GB/Ram
I find in the bigger ones I have to resize all the pics first so its limited. This was 45,000 pixels wide but I resized to 25,000 to edit. My photoshop will crash with any bigger. If I had sale for 1 though I would just send it to someone who can do it.
Do you use a "Panoramic" tripod head for these stitch shots Joe?
I've tried this a couple of times with limited success, never get the pivot point right and end up with too much distortion at the edges of the frame.
We'll see :D Going to try a pano with set on profile too. I never have before but saw some of Danny's done and he told me about it. Its about like 2 rows high so gets mountain tops and sky without the second level.
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Typically you would use landscape which is longer than it is high. On Profile its higher than it is wide, so will get the high mountain tops and sky and the reflection on the lake or whatever too. Of course it will take more pics since they're not as wide ;) I'm a landscape photographer and normally would want my pics wider so never use profile setting. When its a pano though I can see the advantage so going to try it.
You can see the mountain on the right is missing the top. This was taken when I only took 1 row horizontally.
Jul 25th, 2011