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Ficus (fig tree)

by bilzmale » Sun Feb 26, 2006 5:20 am

Took this mosaic 3x9 yesterday but APP had trouble with the bottom row. Stitched in PTA (using autopano) and imported to APP. There is a wide DR but this has no colour correction in APP. I will try processing it as a HDR when I have a chance.

Comments welcome,

Bill

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the stitched file was around 60Mb and was reduced to 3 Mb to upload

http://static.flickr.com/35/104456913_145ed6c400_o.jpg

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by francois.simond » Sun Feb 26, 2006 3:18 pm

3x9, that's much foliage detail :)

You'll get better final results (especially with HDR) if no zone is burned in sources shots. The simplest way is to use camera's bracketting at its maximum (with fixed aperture), and let the camera automatic exposure on.
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by Panorama fanatic » Sun Feb 26, 2006 3:36 pm

What is the problem? Looks like a regular picture for this kind of images without color correction

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by ckiely » Sun Feb 26, 2006 9:57 pm

Panorama fanatic: look at the frames to the left of the trunk on the lower level. You'll see big changes in exposure due to the inclusion of the white sky. So that frame was exposed less than the rest. Look at the lowest lefthand branch.

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by Panorama fanatic » Mon Feb 27, 2006 3:38 pm

I see. This is normal without AE lock and color correction. By default you can use or:
- AE lock, no color correction
- best explosure for each images in pano, but with 'auto' or 'hdri' correction.

In some specific cases you can use 'no correction' without AE lock, but it will get 'unreal' panoramas, look like taken with flash or additional light.

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by jayelwin » Mon Feb 27, 2006 3:58 pm

I've had Ficus trees (Ficus Benjamina to be specific) which are commonly used as hedges in florida. I did not know they were fig trees. And I've also had a fig "tree" (plant) that actually grew figs at a rented house on long island. Neither looked anything like that tree in the photo. Does that tree grow figs? It's a beautiful specimen.

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by bilzmale » Tue Feb 28, 2006 3:18 am

I don't think it is related to the domestic fig but it does produce small fig-like fruits and birds love them.


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