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The point directly above the person viewing or above the camera. The opposite (below) point is named [[Nadir]].
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The '''Zenith''' is {{Glossary|the point directly above the person viewing or above the camera.|1}} The opposite (below) point is named [[Nadir]].
  
The Zenith is streched to a line in [[Equirectangular Projection]] hence it is hard to edit it directly. However, a [[Rectilinear Projection|rectilinear]] view can be [[Extracting and inserting rectilinear Views|extracted]] for editing.
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The Zenith is stretched to a line in [[Equirectangular Projection]], making it hard to edit it directly. However, a [[Rectilinear Projection|rectilinear]] view can be [[Extracting and inserting rectilinear Views|extracted]] for editing.
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== Related articles ==
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* [[How to use enblend for patching zenith and nadir images]]
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* [[Edit zenith and nadir in one go with PTGui]]
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* [[Edit zenith and nadir in one go with Adjust filter]]
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* [[Zenith and Nadir editing overview]]
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[[Category:Glossary]]

Latest revision as of 19:51, 18 November 2007

The Zenith is the point directly above the person viewing or above the camera. The opposite (below) point is named Nadir.

The Zenith is stretched to a line in Equirectangular Projection, making it hard to edit it directly. However, a rectilinear view can be extracted for editing.

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