Panorama stitching is a real estate photo editing service, which stitches multiple photos into a single image for a widened view. Also known as virtual tours, 360-degree stitching would stitch together different photographs taken by airborne drone cameras. A drone cam tends to have a different point of views, and panorama stitching may alter the point of view of buyers in real estate.
Drone photographers take property snaps in one motion, but editors with panoramic viewpoint would stitch the HDR photographs successively in panorama stitching. Much to the delight of realtors, there exists plenty of real estate photo enhancement services, wherein virtual tours have a place of its own.
Editors use stitching software suites for the purpose, and Adobe Photoshop CS4 suite is one good tool for panorama stitching. Yet again, a photographer should be an expert in drone cams and should know about drone cam’s point of view, the drone settings, as well as drone choreography, to aid an editor stitch the panorama image.
Drone cams have perpetual motion, but when property images get snapped with some amount of perfection, editors are in action merging images and using their perspective in photo edits. Other than Photoshop, professional photo editing services also use the PTGui suite for batch stitching the 360-degree spherical panoramas.
The best results are always reliant on the expertise involved and the professionalism in keeping the equidistance on real estate property interiors. Needless to say, representing a property and the interiors in a unique way is realistically possible in panorama stitching. Notwithstanding the selection of the software suite or the photographic perfection, professional photo edits may entirely alter a photograph’s view.
On that note, let us detour further into the two derivatives of real estate photo enhancement services in respect to virtual tours.
The Cylindrical Panorama
This is a technique giving the impression that the panorama image is stuck inside a cylinder. The cylindrical panorama edits a photograph and keeps the vertical lines upright on edited photographs.
The Fisheye Panorama
This technique alters large-surfaced photos snapped in fewer little shots as possible. The fisheye panoramas involve tube-shaped projection and edited outputs maintain an even-keel color contrast.
Photographers use a single premeditated point of view in cylindrical panoramic photography and tend to use random shots in the fisheye panorama photography. Spherical panorama knows no bounds (can be used inside cars) and gives creative freedom to the professional photo editors in real estate.