find No Parallax Point
hi, does anybody know how can I find the "No Parallax Point" using a Nodal Ninja 180 .?
P.S. Hello, Smooth : I wont delete posts. I promess
I follow exactly the instructions in this website to found the NPP, I think I found it.
I am showing you some pics of my NN 180 & lens, Dont know if you can notice if it looks ok. Please tell me if it looks ok...
Why sometimes the rotator is in the "0" position to start, and why sometimes is a little moved to left ..I.E. ? How important is this?? How to set it always in "0" to start ?
Do you mean that the NPP could be ok, in what of the images I send you?
is it here ? : http://www.panoramicosespectaculares.com/nn180.htm (I ask you this just to be sure where to set the T-adapter)
John Houghton post me to save as .PSD & Individual layers to campare the poles to see if one is moved (What are the poles ? ) are they the side of the images, where they blend, o where we should set control points.
I think a made a better Panorama, tough is still not very aligned, it looks better than the others.
The question is the following:
At first I tried to blend it with PTGui, and this didnt blend anything, just as soon as click on "Align Images", it just showed one of the images on the Panorama Editor, "equirectangular" selection, (dont know why) if at start the Camera / lens Parameter, shows:
Lens Type: Circular
Hor Field Of View : !80
(So i got frustated again with PTGui) Then I went to Panoweaver, and this made me happy, because this blended the panorama, as I say, with a little misaligned, that I consider they re not problem, I can fix them.
Do you know why PTGui didnt blend it ok, and why Panoweaver, did ?
Are there any special settings for PTGui ?
I really want to thank you, for all your help, that you have give to me. I am impress about the way you can manage everyting about the Pano business.
By the way, I think I will go with Panoweaver, I consider it easier for beginers, which I am. Later, I will try to study and go deep into PTGui, it is a great software also, but it requres more knowledge.
I think I already set my NPP, I will keep testing and testing, shooting panos.
this is what I am doing right now......
Thank you, Smooth for your patience, I ll be around this forum, reading