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(Flat stitching for tilt-shift lenses is definitely not basic need, nor is 16 bit panorama blending using 8 bit Gimp)
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* [http://panospace.wordpress.com/2008/10/08/exposures-stacks/ Exposures Stack] {{RateStar|2}}
 
* [http://panospace.wordpress.com/2008/10/08/exposures-stacks/ Exposures Stack] {{RateStar|2}}
 
* [http://panospace.wordpress.com/2010/09/19/linear-panoramas-mosaic-tutorial/ Linear Panoramas with Hugin 's Mosaic Mode] {{RateStar|1}}
 
* [http://panospace.wordpress.com/2010/09/19/linear-panoramas-mosaic-tutorial/ Linear Panoramas with Hugin 's Mosaic Mode] {{RateStar|1}}
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* [http://www.tilmanbremer.de/2011/10/panoramic-photography-revealed-part-ii-creating-perfect-panoramas-the-open-source-way/ Creating Perfect Panoramas, The Open Source Way] A complete workflow featuring Hugin, Gimp, SaladoConverter and Panini{{RateStar|2}}
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== Leveling and Remapping ==
 
== Leveling and Remapping ==
 
* [[Leveling a Finished Panorama]] {{RateStar|2}}
 
* [[Leveling a Finished Panorama]] {{RateStar|2}}

Revision as of 14:20, 13 October 2011

There is a rating system indicated by Spezialised's:
Basic need : Basic need (You are interested in panoramic photography and stitching and need to know basics)
Nice to know : Nice to know (You have basic knowledge and want to learn more)
Spezialised : Specialised (You want to get the most of your equipement)
There is also a list of all tutorials by rating

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