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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 11:40 am 
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Stunning !

A new camera use is born !

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Wow, I had no idea you could do that in photoshop. it looks like the exposure is changing in each frame though.

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True, I didn't use color optimisation in the process, but you can ! And exposure differences will be history.


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It works very well to also extract the motion of a snowboarder. I did the same with a sequence of shots of my son performing a jump. Transferred the merged image to CS2 with layers active, extracted him from the background in all but one shot and produced a final image which had 8 positions he was in relative to the hill. Makes the sort of shot seen in snowboarding magazines very easy as autopano preserves and aligns the image.

{question} I can't paste an image into BB code can I? I don't post photos to the web, so can't use a web address. Is there another way?


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... and besides all no movie, a still image only.

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