Hi, after reading GURL's post about the fusing abilities of APG2.05 I thought I'd give it a try.
The linked pano is created from 10 x 12MP 14bit RAW images, bracketed in Adobe raw from the raw files in six 0,5EV steps, from -2.5EV to 0EV. I also lowered the white balance with 500º Kelvin in each step from 4750 to 7250 compensating for the huge temperature difference between the sunlit parts and the shadows. Saved to 16bit tiffs with transparency masks resulting in 60 tiffs of 97,1MB each.
The complete render took about a whole day on my 'slow' Macmini. For rendering I used exposure fusion with anti ghost enabled and levels set to 0. Save to 16bit tiff. There is a 'pinch' visible at the top. Some statistics:
60 images Size: 11800 x 5900 FOV: 360.00 x 180.00 RMS: 1.60 Lens: Fisheye Projection: Spherical Color: None
Rendering statistiques: Total time: -1.31021e+12 ns Initilization time: 545 ms Wrapping time: 1179.73 s Cutting time: 309.613 s Blending time: -3.08392e+12 ns Saving time: 19.343 s Temporarly data readed/written: 2.42 TB/69.3 GB
Last edited by Ronald Tichelaar (2010-07-15 00:26:02)
Fujifilm S5 Pro, Nikon D300, NodalNinja 3mk2, Sigma 10mm f/2.8 fisheye HSM, Sigma 30mm f/1.4 EX HSM, Sigma 24-70 f/2.8 EX HSM, Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 EX HSM