edgar_ali wrote:This is the first panorama that I have created:
http://flash.imaginephotographs.com.au/ ... rvatorium/
I would like to hear some feedback..
There is an area of the sky, near the house that looks like as if it was painted with crayons..however in all the original pictures the sky looks pretty decent...after I stitched them together, Autopano created that effect. Is there any way of correcting that issue in Autopano?..
When I was creating the panorama in panotour I added the geo-localisation, however it is not showing in the tour...Do I need to do something that I'm not doing?...
edgar_ali wrote:There is an area of the sky, near the house that looks like as if it was painted with crayons..however in all the original pictures the sky looks pretty decent...after I stitched them together, Autopano created that effect. Is there any way of correcting that issue in Autopano?..
edgar_ali wrote:In regards to the "Geolocalisation", I was expecting that after rendering the panorama, there was going to be a buttom or something that people could click and see google maps and the localisation of this place. However this is not happening at the moment. Could you advise how to do this?t
edgar_ali wrote:I used manual exposure and bracketing, however I did not merge all these photos in photoshop. Maybe I need to do this to improve the color quality in the Sky.
I certainly used AWB. Need to take this into account for the next time. I have a colorcheck passport, I think I can use this to pre-select the WB.
However, is there any way to improve this color using autopano or panotour only without using photoshop?
thanks a lot for the tips...
I had another go and was able to use the maps pluging. Now I'm facing a different challenge:
I created another tour and published it on:
To embed the tour in this website, I used the following code:
<iframe frameborder="0" style="height:650px; overflow:visible; width:720px" src="http://flash.imaginephotographs.com.au/wp-content/uploads/lab 08 08 14 tour.html" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0" "seamless="seamless" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" allowtransparency="true"></iframe>
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