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Unformatted text preview: Honors 208W Fall 2011 Photographic Stitching Campus Mall- Evan Golub, 2004 otes © 2005-2011 : Evan Golub ([email protected]) ield of View If we think of everything around us as being projected on the inside of a sphere, then the field of view is the part of that sphere that we can see at a given moment. – The average human pair of eyes has a useful field of view of around 140° horizontally and around 80° vertically. – A 35mm film camera with a 50mm focal length lens has a field of view of approximately 40° horizontally and 27° vertically. To capture the equivalent field of view of the human eye, a 35mm camera would need to use a wide angle lens with a focal length of about 7mm! otes © 2005-2011 : Evan Golub ([email protected]) arger Images: Stitched Panoramas Another option would be to take a series of pictures and join them together. – This was often done with individual printed photographs using tape. – Now more common to use software to do it. otes © 2005-2011 : Evan Golub ([email protected]) anoramic Cameras and Lenses There have been cameras and lenses made that are designed to help take panoramic pictures. – An extremely wide-angle or fisheye lens used on a regular camera followed by post-processing. – The APS “panoramic” shot was actually just a normal frame enlarged with the top and bottom cropped off. – A rotating lens can be used to expose several “frames” of film while sweeping across a scene. – Digital cameras with a “panoramic preview” mode to allow you to line up sequential shots. otes © 2005-2011 : Evan Golub ([email protected]) egmented Panoramas hen taking the pictures that will be used to create...
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course HONR 208W taught by Professor Golub during the Fall '11 term at Maryland.

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Notes2021 - Honors 208W Fall 2011 Photographic Stitching...

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