Chingford Plain


#1


#2

Great colours/shadows! :+1:

AND that gets you the Bird’s Eye Viewer Badge! :+1:


#3

Thank you :slight_smile: This is the first time I used kuula :blush:


#4

Was your image an exact 2 wide x 1 high? You tend to get a better horizontal horizon if it is … even if you have to add some “sky” to get it to that ratio.


#5

You mean the gimbal position?


#6

Nope - image you uploaded to Kuula - dimensions - 2x1 ratio - width to height.


#7

I just use the Lightroom to stitch the 25 pics, then uploaded that. I am sure it’s not 2x1. I have to learn how can I change the ratio in the Lightroom.


#8

Do you have any advice?


#9

It’s probably something that can be done in Lightroom - but I use Photoshop.

If you change the canvas size by adding space at the top, you can fill that with a suitable colour, or blend/stretch the sky to fill. I prefer a simple colour (blue - sampled from the pano).


Manually Sticking Pano 360 Raws - Mavic 2 Pro
#10

I will try it next time. I need to learn more I am just a beginner :slight_smile:


#11

This is in PS Elements 12 (getting old)

Image>Resize>Canvas Size
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Adjust the height pixels to 50% of width
Click the down arrow to anchor the existing image to the bottom
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Select your colour (I’d already sampled the sky as foreground)
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It adds that colour at the top.

There other ways - it’s what I do. Quick simple. (It’s quick - I’m simple. :wink: )

This is the same image - and I’d done something a little more silly right at the top.


#12

That’s cool mate! Thanks very much! I have to get a newer Lightroom or start to use the photoshop.


#13

@OzoneVibe
Love the MP at the top, great fun…:joy::joy::joy:


#14

Strange thing is, I can’t actually recall how I did that.
There were some How To notes I intended to write over Christmas that never happened … and how to do that was one, and how to (relatively) easily stitch a pano that refused to automatically stitch was the other.
One day! :wink: