Monday, May 30, 2011

From Cambridge in colour, Photo Stitching Digital Panoramas, Part 3: Panoramic Image Projections


Hi Pentaxian friends.

Here is the third and final lesson on Photo Stitching Digital Panoramas, all found on Cambridge in Colour.

An image projection occurs whenever a flat image is mapped onto a curved surface, or vice versa, and is particularly common in panoramic photography. A projection is performed when a cartographer maps a spherical globe of the earth onto a flat piece of paper, for example. Since the entire field of view around us can be thought of as the surface of a sphere (for all viewing angles), a similar spherical to 2-D projection is required for photographs which are to be printed... Click here to continue reading on Cambridge in Colour.

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