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    Just a playing with a multi-row pano

    3 rows of 13 pix each. the final rendered pano was 140MP
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    Not sure how you stitched this together (i.e. which software) but I would have chosen a different type as the curving in the photo does help it in any way. I know in Photoshop you have a choice of the way it stiches the photos so that you can get rid of the curving in the photo. Mind you the sharpnes and detail are very good but just seems strange with the curved tiles etc.

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    Thanks for the comments.

    I hate to say but there is no pano software that will remove the 'curving' , as you put it, in a multi-row pano with objects as close to the lens as the tiles were.

    While PS is OK it's not the best pano software around. PTGui Pro is my usual go-to pano app but I have others.

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    I like the curves, assumed that's how it actually looked.
    CC wise, "nice photo."
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    That's so cool!

    I like the way the lines and the curves go, it kind of drags your eye in different directions!

    Keeps it interesting, nice one =]

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    Did you stitch with Lightroom (??) (EXIF says Lightroom.)
    Well, you can remove curved lines from panoramas by selecting different projections, and if they do not avail, then warping in Photoshop.

    However, this one as is looks quite OK, and the overall stitching looks good.
    CC, Image editing OK.

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    very interesting
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