Re: camera spinner mk3
- I was also thinking along the lines of resolution being a factor. For
example, if you compress the pano with the resolution of 10000 x 5000
px to jpeg, quality 60 % or so, and apply the same jpeg compression to
the pano with the resolution of 6000 x 3000 px, the pano that had the
higher (true, sensor dependent, not Photoshoped, artificial, with made
up pixels) resolution from the start may avoid banding, while the
other lower-res one may not.
Is this so?
Since I know that the combo 5D + 10.5 does not offer specially
high-res output (when compared with D200 + 10.5 for exemple) I was
wondering if it the banding had to do with this or was mainly the
question of workflow preferences, thus easily avoidable. It probably
is completely avoidable, 5D + 10.5 is a superb combo, so no worries
there, I don't think. Would have liked if there were some more pixels
per inch from these two, however.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "John Houghton" <j.houghton@...>
> --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "dalileis" <qtvrbiro@> wrote:
> > there is a lot of banding in the sky. I experience similar problems
> > sometimes with D70 + Sigma 8mm, but I reckon this is easily
> > avoidable with 5D and 10.5? Or am I missing some fact here?
> The banding has nothing to do with the camera and lens. It's a
> workflow problem. The banding can easily arise when using image
> adjustment tools such as levels or curves in 8 bit mode or by applying
> too much jpeg compression.