Peter, Impressive pano . I ve done a shoot in a similar location , and from what I found it is difficult to use Breeze DSLR Remote PRo to photograph thisJun 1, 2008 1 of 5View SourcePeter, Impressive pano .
I've done a shoot in a similar location , and from what I found it is
use Breeze DSLR Remote PRo to photograph this kind of contrasty lighting
With long exposures what I think is important is "mirror up" and then all of
Application cannot comunicate with the camera .
( I think it would work with a camera that has live view )
Also it is so much faster to bracket using camera only ...
I had my computer with me several times and I always give upp because of
the mirror up unability issue .
I have done some repairs on the outblown ( despite + 2 - 2 brackets )
areas using new for Lightroom local correction tools - I think it worked out
Very good work thanks for sharing .
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Hi Peter, Great work! And the cave is really nice. I recently did a cave VR as well: http://www.virtualphilippines.net/Panoramas/Coron/kayangan_cave.html DoneJun 1, 2008 1 of 5View SourceHi Peter,
Great work! And the cave is really nice.
I recently did a cave VR as well:
Done with Enfuse also. But I blend the individual images 1st before
stitching. Canon 40D, Sigma 8mm, same exposure brackets, and
with zenith shot.
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>this is a cave I shot last week -- a "show cave" as they say -- with
>lighting, paths, steps etc
>I didnt have much time to shoot this so couldnt do as much bracketing
>as I would have liked but what you see is a 3 exposure 4 stop bracket
>(-2, 0 2EV). With this kind of spot lighting on bright surfaces in a
>cave you would need another 4 stops to get the extreme highlights I
>think. I will have to get a little laptop to program these extended
>Because nothing was moving I could stitch the individual exposure
>sequences first into panos before blending the 3 stitched panos into
>a composite with Enfuse. Initially I loaded all the images into PTGui
>including the exposure variants because my tripod wasnt so stable and
>I wanted to optimize all exposures individually to compensate for
>This is 500ISO, Canon5d, Sigma 15mm, f5. Two rows. (I should have done
>a separate zenith shot as the edge sharpness of the Sigma is not too
>good at f5.)
... (chuckle) For years owners of DSLRs have been telling us humble compact camera users that a proper viewfinder is essential, and the P&S LCD viewfindersJun 3, 2008 1 of 5View SourceJann Lipka wrote:
> ( I think it would work with a camera that has live view )(chuckle)
For years owners of DSLRs have been telling us humble
compact camera users that a "proper" viewfinder is essential,
and the P&S LCD viewfinders have too much lag.
So what's the latest DSLR "must have" feature?
The same viewfinder P&S's have!
... is ... lighting ... then all of ... I will have to test the Breeze Remote demo ... thanks for the info! Here is another pano from my trip to the caves ...Jun 6, 2008 1 of 5View Source--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Jann Lipka <jann@...> wrote:
> I've done a shoot in a similar location , and from what I found itis
> difficult tolighting
> use Breeze DSLR Remote PRo to photograph this kind of contrasty
> With long exposures what I think is important is "mirror up" and
> a suddenI will have to test the Breeze Remote demo ... thanks for the info!
> Application cannot comunicate with the camera .
Here is another pano from my trip to the caves ... of a large outdoor
This was a 6 shot bracket -- about 9 stops. Here with Enfuse I found
better to gnerate two panoramas with Enfuse. The first with the
three exposures. The second with the top three. And then Enfuse those