Pro 14n - An Owner's Evaluation

Started Apr 7, 2003 | Discussions thread
brian
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Re: Pro 14n vs film for landscape
In reply to Richard Boyd, Apr 9, 2003

Richard:

I work fast to mimimize problems with moving scene elements. However, when you have small fast-moving clouds in front of the sun it can be extremely frustrating. Fortunately I don't often encounter this situation. Clouds themselves have such irregular shape that I never have a problem blending images with masks to eliminate obvious artifacts due to movement. Water waves are similar.

Brian

Richard Boyd wrote:

That sounds pretty cool. I have shot some Quicktime VR shots, but
others have stitched them for me. The result is low res internet
stuff. I did stitch in PhotoShop a panorama of a college campus for
a newspaper once, and it did look pretty good. Do you have problems
with changing light, as in cloud shadows moving and clouds in the
sky moving?
Richard

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