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Old 01-18-2017, 12:04 AM   #8
Bruce Budris
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Trying to capture a moving train across multiple vertical trains was more of an experiment - to see if the stitching software (in LR) could figure it out. If I'm really interested in making sure something comes out in the final stitch then I would always try to get the train in one vertical. However, I found that through a combination of speed, luck and advances in stitching algorithms, that if one is fast enough with both the panning and shooting - and selecting the right frames to stitch - that the software does a pretty good job of figuring it out - as long as you don't mind the final product possibly missing one passenger car. If you're not lucky (or not paying sufficient attention) then you may end up with slightly elongated (or compressed) car - as in the aforementioned photo.
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