Yesterday’s interview with Ming Thein led one reader to inquire about shift lens stitching.
Some years ago I was doing shift-lens stitching, always seeking really good optics (which never happened!), see Equipment for shift lens stitching from 2006. Also, Really Right Stuff sells specialty brackets for multi-row rotational stitching. Related reading:
- Using the Sigma DP3 Merrill for Stitching: 66 Megapixels of Biting Sharpness
- Stitching with the Sigma DP2 Merrill
- Stitching (search) and shift lens
- Content aware fill for fixing gaps in stitched rotational panoramas
- Oversampling for Image Quality (109 Megapixel Sony RX100 tulips)
- iPhone 5s vs Nokia Lumia 1020 Camera Phones (Oversampling and Downsampling)
- Sensor Photosite Density on the Sony Cybershot DSC-RX100
- Photographic Film Really Was Not Much of a Performer
Funny how this 26 megapixel image from the 12-megapixel Canon 5D seemed high-res at the time. Now we talk about 80 megapixels from 36 instead of 26 from 12.
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