First time Pano

Started Mar 4, 2013 | Discussions thread
HAMADA Fukusaburo
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Re: First time Pano
In reply to ChefAlex, Mar 4, 2013
How do you do your panos? Do you edit them before individually before stitching or after as a whole image? I edited them individually in LR4 and stitched them using Microsoft's ICE software. What is your work flow with panos?

Btw, shot with the Tamron 24-70 on a 7D

Hi, ChefAlex-san  It is very nice the metropolitan nightscape!

Usually in individual images I adjust exposure level and chromatic aberration.  The horizon level and perspectives are not subject for editing individual image , because such kinds of adjustment usually do not give good result in stitched image but I could adjust them on my stitcing gear, PTguiPro and/or Photoshop.  In your night panorama I recommend you to adjust chromatic aberration in individual images, because I find some aberration in the windows of the buildings.

I am a EOS7D user with Sigma17-70mmF2.8-4 necessary for chromatic aberration which is easily operated in SilkePixDeveloperStudio5 . SPX5 gices also one shot HDR processing which is very convinient in stitching.

BTW/IMO the pixel size is too big and I think 1980 dot in width may be enough to view、enjoy and assess.

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HAMADA

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