I may have a solution in some cases for the
"Swaying" problem, depending on exposure length,
camera type and amount of swaying. On my Nikon
D-SLR D2Xs it is possible to combine automatic
bracketing with 5 frames/sec shooting.
This might just be enough to freeze slow swaying.
>Juergen Schrader wrote:
>> But - just for my curiosity - could you tell me, why the spheres
>> needed different treatment?
>I had shot this with three brackets, but when trying to allign the different
>exposures, there were too many variables, with the movement of the 15m high
>lift and the inperceptible "swaying" of the spheres. So I ended up using
>just one exposure set. This made the difference in light shining on the
>spheres much bigger than I wanted. Some areas looked very dark and the
>resultant variation in color quality was just too much. Whenever I tried to
>balance the overall color and lightness, the effect on the background seemed
>much stronger than on the spheres.
>I also wanted to make the spheres "jump out" a bit, with a slightly higher
>contrast than the background. The pano still needs a lot of work, but now
>that spheres and background are separated it is much easier.
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