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360x180° Panorama Tutorial - Pt.6: Finding the no-parallax point (aka nodal point)

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Uploaded on Sep 24, 2011

Part 6.

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to adjust / calibrate your panoramic tripod head to find the no-parallax point (also incorrectly referred to as "nodal point") for your lens. This is very important to minimise the stitching errors in your panoramas.

The process can take a little while, but you'll hopefully take away some tips on how to speed it up and reduce the amount of "trial and error" involved.

Now, all this no-parallax-point-business can be quite confusing and I'm not terribly good at explaining it. I would really recommend you read this article here, which explains all this in great detail: http://michel.thoby.free.fr/Fisheye_h...

Don't forget to check out my other panoramic photography related tutorials:

This is Part 6 in a whole series of tutorials: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=...

Thanks for your interest and stay tuned!

Florian

PS: For those who need it, I also went through the trouble of adding subtitles to the videos... Click on the [CC] icon to enable them.

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