I've always preferred stereoscopic views and wasn't really happy with
the flat images of my Ricoh Theta camera. Therefore, I tried to
establish a workflow which allows me to generate stereo panoramas using
a single Theta on a rotating panohead. Resul...
For the purpose of splitting the equirectangular images I have recorded
a Photoshop Action. Don't know if you can use it because I have the
German version of Photoshop (CS5). It assumes that the 3 Theta images
are already loaded in tabs and makes use...
I have a workaround in two steps. First, I'm rearranging the
equirectangular images to represent the single lens output (done in
Photoshop). In the second step I'm using Hugin to convert the resulting
two images to fisheye views.In the Hugin Advanced...
"vrnewwave" wrote:Then how to stitch it in Photoshop? For the stitching
I'm using PTGui. You will find useful tutorials here:
http://www.pano.guru/cat/tutorials/ I learned a lot about stereo
stitching from this thread: https://groups.google.com/forum...
Looking at trees and buildings I was surprised how good zenith workes.
Nadir has much more problems because the floor is so much closer. The
only thing I did here was to remove the remnants of the tripod by using
the content aware fill function in Ph...
I'm rotating the camera clockwise in a circle and take 4 shots at 90
degree angles. Looking at the single lens output I get 4 left-right
image pairs. In the example shown the left view is always derived from
the front lens, and the right view from th...