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Re: [PanoToolsNG] X-Mas Window Shopping #2

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  • Ian Wood
    MUCH better! Looks like it was shot a little earlier in the day which will also help, as there s less contrast between the natural light and the artificial
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 7, 2007
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      MUCH better! Looks like it was shot a little earlier in the day which
      will also help, as there's less contrast between the natural light
      and the artificial light.

      Not a lot to improve, to my eye.

      Ian

      On 7 Jan 2007, at 15:05, Rookie2 wrote:

      >
      > Many many thanks to all the people with the valuable critiques and
      > tips on
      > the first version of the Pano.
      > You have been very helpful and now I have made a second try
      > according to
      > your suggestions.
      > The result can be seen at:
      >
      > http://hem.bredband.net/b530695/NK2.html
      >
      > The differences are the followings:
      >
      > Roger Howard tip to underexpose less: This one was taken at the
      > same time
      > and same spot but I had used a shutter speed of 1/8 sec instead of
      > 1/15.
      > Roger Howard had suggested it would give higher Dynamic Range.
      > Ian Wood suggestion: I also ran all the images through Noiseware
      > before
      > stitching.
      > Jam Watters tip: I did not try to clone the nadir and just put a
      > mirror ball
      > there (with Peter Nyfeler's PS action)
      > This one didn't have the ghost car in the street so that problem
      > was solved
      > automatically.
      > The Zenith problem did not accure at all.
      >
      >
      > What do you think about this one?
      > How can this one become better?
      >
      > Thanks,
      > MH
      >
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      > Shopping--2-tf2934755.html#a8205058
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      >
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