25700RE: [PanoToolsNG] Image editing problem/question...
- Jan 3, 2009I am promoting them as a commercial venture, early days yet but I have some
"hung" which is nice. I find landscapes fascinating, getting the sun/shadow
mix right, something to see all the way round, and so on.
The web site is a different story, mine is 4 years old with no updating, a
real mess and not one I advertise. Jeffrey Martin suggested I work with
360cities which I am looking at but one thing for sure, it is three years
overdue and I can't advertise properly without doing it properly.
I want to use maps, hotlinks but really don't know enough myself to know the
right way to go, and the web designers I have talked to don't understand
QTVR so that is where I am at the present. All ideas still welcome!! I just
love this site with all the support that comes from it, and the chance to
316 Springfield Road.
R D 8 Whangarei
From: PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com [mailto:PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of Ken Warner
Sent: Sunday, 4 January 2009 4:56 a.m.
Subject: Re: [PanoToolsNG] Image editing problem/question...
Canvas prints sound neat... Do you do that commercially for others?
Do you have a web site?
Just thinking ahead.
> I make canvas prints and banding is certainly a challenge at the best ofthat
> times. I select the sky and use a Gaussian blur to take out any
> imperfections. That wont work with yours so.
> I have selected the sky, inverse select and transferred the selection to
> another really good, pre-prepared sky. But as my files are up to 2 gig
> is a slow process!! I finish off by cutting them in three to make[mailto:PanoToolsNG@ <mailto:PanoToolsNG%40yahoogroups.com> yahoogroups.com]
> Briar Bentley,
> Agender Northland.
> 316 Springfield Road.
> R D 8 Whangarei
> briar_bentley@ <mailto:briar_bentley%40xtra.co.nz> xtra.co.nz
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> Behalf Of Ken Warner<http://pancyl.com/images/ConvictLakePathThumb.jpg>
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> Subject: [PanoToolsNG] Image editing problem/question...
> Did a cylinder last summer. I screwed up as usual and
> overexposed everything I did that day.
> I managed to recover a set of images to about 80% of what
> I want but part of the sky is really blown out. It's heavily
> banded just above the horizon.
> In general, what is the approach to minimizing the ugly banding.
> You can see what I'm talking about here --
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> In the center, the ugly banding just above the horizon.
> The same thing is around the Sun but I figure that sort of fits
> into the semi-surreal mood of the piece. Maybe the banding
> on the horizon does too.
> What would you do?
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