Two or three white balances per 360 is normal or required for a natural look
if you have exterior visibility.
Enfuse will blend pixels from correct exposures ok.
But you may need also some manual or extended automated masking. Each of my
360s is created from multiple exposures, enfused, not enfused and wholly
I pick and choose all the best pieces, this includes exposures and white
It is time consuming to develop a fairly automated process, but that's why
they pay us the big bucks.
You should be stitching in 16 bits, and only hit 8 bits when you create jpg
Southern Digital Solutions LLC
Behalf Of Jaume Llorens
Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 2008 5:31 AM
Subject: Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: help with colors
Thanks for your help.
Yes, I shot in RAW.
8-16 bits.. I thought that 8 bits could help to speed up PTGui
processes (it takes too long.. ).. And also that Enfuse blend could
improve the result of the 8 bits series.. so I saved as 16 bits. Well..
I was wrong.. :-) I'll do it as you say.
Several lighsources, several white balance measures.. Does it means,
different white balances in different photos of the same pano? Or some
kind of average for all of them..
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