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How can I stitch a panorama correctly if I moved the camera in analong the horizontal axis?

Here in Argentina, we have a very fancy street called "Lanin". All the houses and walls on that streetsstreet have some kind of mosaic stickedstuck to it, and it's very cool. It was made by a local artist who lives inon that street.  

DueBecause to this piece of urban art is only two blocks long, I've decided to make a panorama of it, by moving myself inon an horizontal axis while taking photos. I mean, I took one photo, walked one step deeper inalong the street, took another photo, and so on.

When I tried to stitch it in AutoPano, the following deformed thing came out:

enter image description herepoorly-stitched example (High res here)

And the other side of the block:

enter image description hereanother poorly-stitched example (High res here)

After this, I've learned about parallax error and why you have to avoid moving when making panoramas. I mean, there are a lot of connection errors on both images and specially. Especially in the second one, the part with the corner is quite problematic to stich duestitch because to as I moved, the perspective of the view changed a lot.

So, is there any way to stitch this kind of panoramaspanorama correctly? Would this only work on plain walls?  

How can I stitch a panorama correctly if I moved the camera in an horizontal axis?

Here in Argentina we have a very fancy street called "Lanin". All the houses and walls on that streets have some kind of mosaic sticked to it and it's very cool. It was made by a local artist who lives in that street.  

Due to this piece of urban art is only two blocks long, I've decided to make a panorama of it, by moving myself in an horizontal axis while taking photos. I mean, I took one photo, walked one step deeper in the street, took another photo, and so on.

When I tried to stitch it in AutoPano, the following deformed thing came out:

enter image description here (High res here)

And the other side of the block:

enter image description here (High res here)

After this, I've learned about parallax error and why you have to avoid moving when making panoramas. I mean, there are a lot of connection errors on both images and specially in the second one, the part with the corner is quite problematic to stich due to as I moved, the perspective of the view changed a lot.

So, is there any way to stitch this kind of panoramas correctly? Would this only work on plain walls?  

How can I stitch a panorama correctly if I moved the camera along the horizontal axis?

Here in Argentina, we have a very fancy street called "Lanin". All the houses and walls on that street have some kind of mosaic stuck to it, and it's very cool. It was made by a local artist who lives on that street.

Because to this piece of urban art is two blocks long, I've decided to make a panorama of it, by moving myself on an horizontal axis while taking photos. I mean, I took one photo, walked one step deeper along the street, took another photo, and so on.

When I tried to stitch it in AutoPano, the following deformed thing came out:

poorly-stitched example (High res here)

And the other side of the block:

another poorly-stitched example (High res here)

After this, I've learned about parallax error and why you have to avoid moving when making panoramas. I mean, there are a lot of connection errors on both images. Especially in the second one, the part with the corner is quite problematic to stitch because to as I moved, the perspective of the view changed a lot.

So, is there any way to stitch this kind of panorama correctly? Would this only work on plain walls?

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How can I stitch a panorama correctly if I moved the camera in an horizontal axis?

Here in Argentina we have a very fancy street called "Lanin". All the houses and walls on that streets have some kind of mosaic sticked to it and it's very cool. It was made by a local artist who lives in that street.

Due to this piece of urban art is only two blocks long, I've decided to make a panorama of it, by moving myself in an horizontal axis while taking photos. I mean, I took one photo, walked one step deeper in the street, took another photo, and so on.

When I tried to stitch it in AutoPano, the following deformed thing came out:

enter image description here (High res here)

And the other side of the block:

enter image description here (High res here)

After this, I've learned about parallax error and why you have to avoid moving when making panoramas. I mean, there are a lot of connection errors on both images and specially in the second one, the part with the corner is quite problematic to stich due to as I moved, the perspective of the view changed a lot.

So, is there any way to stitch this kind of panoramas correctly? Would this only work on plain walls?