I am shooting in plain blue skies with no clouds, constant exposure, but get sky streaks of dark or weird color at the edges of the subframes.
I find they are almost entirely gone if I combine in simple/linear, but then there is ghosting.
If I choose anti-ghosting the panorama is much sharper but the sky has streaks.
So I am going to use anti-ghosting to make the land, and overlay the sky from a simple combine on top. Is this making more work than is needed? Can I get anti-ghosting with no sky streaks by changing some settings?
The panos almost always have perfect beautiful skies when in the Autopano app, it's only the rendered product with the sky streaks. I assume this is because the app uses a simple combine for display?
how do you take your Images? Auto WB? anithing other not in Manual mode? it can be vignetting from your lens & f-stop used. which autopano Version do you use? pro/giga/1.x/2.x/3.x? some screenshots would help too... Georg
4) I am using EF 300 f/2.8 lens at f/5.6 vignetting should be neglible, I think.
Hi You will see vignetting in clear sky up to f/16 if not corrected, even with a 600mm! Try it out and take a single image with clear sky. Copy the corner and move it to the middle. You will be surprisingly!
APG isn't able to correct vignetting at the moment, so you have to do it first with other software.
Btw: If I load "Mount Denali" in iE 9, I only see a small vertical strip. With firefox, it's ok.
OK thanks for pointing out the issue with IE. Also, I did find out yesterday that my problems are on most vignetted series at f/4. f/5.6 is definitely a bit better but vignetting correction is needed on all as you say.
I am still getting odd color differences between frames even though everything is being set constant. Is there easy software for saying... make this sky the exact same color as this image sky.... (Photoshop match color?)