Posted by Richard Harrington
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Posted on January 8, 2012, in HDR, Panoramic. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.
Fantastic detail Richard! Just wondering what’s up with the magenta tablecloths? Do they really look like that, or did you change the colors for effect? (The strong cyan cast outside is also a bit alien looking
/Tormod in Stockholm
This is actually a boat and those are outside windows and the ocean.
Tablecloths not pure white. And there was a magenta cast in room. I was going for rich colors.
Really nice pano Richard. The horizontal curves add lots of drama.
Thank you. When viewed as a VR, you don’t see that. But was experimenting where to put the split for flat viewing.
Stunning pano! I am assuming you did HDR processing on each set of bracketed exposures first and then stitched the flattened images together, is that correct? The exposures seem to match perfectly. Was this just careful metering?
I processed the middle panel.
Made a preset
Then merged each set.
Then photo merge all.
it was a 5 exposure raw merge for each panel.
Shot manual mode
24 panels, so lots of overlap which hides shifts.
Will put this into a book this year with tutorial.
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