I need to create a 360 pano of the inside of a motorhome. Other than a Canon IXUS II digital camera and a tripod I have no other equipment.
I presume that I need to use a particular kind of lens in order to capture the images I require in such a small space?
Also I am unsure as what software to use in order to stitch these images together.
Please can someone give me some advice about how I should go about create a nice crisp pano within this area space? I am aware that I may need to either purchase or hire a new camera.
This is an example of what I am trying to achieve (360 at bottom of page):-
There are special programs for this such as Realviz's Sticher. But If you have a bit of skill in photoshop you can do a good job, without having to purchase additional software (assuming you have PShop )
The easiest way is just to rotate the camera about the fixed tripod. But in your case, in a small space, without a super-wideangle lens you are not going to get a good enough shot of the room. You will need to comprimise by moving your tripod to maximise your angle of view. (see pic)
Last edited by ctranter; 09-01-2005 at 04:18 PM.
This is going to be tricky! Any tips on how I can get this to work without too much error? I have one chance to get this right.
If I was going to purchase a new digital camera to use on both this job and for other work which would be mainly used for the web, which digital camera would you suggest? My budget is £150 - £250.
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