mediavets wrote:Do you plan to add floorplans?
Do you plan to add Descriptions for scenes/panos?
Do you plan to add Titles to panos/scenes?
What do you plan to do about nadirs?
What do you plan to do about your camera/panohead and tripod appearing in mirrors?
I find the hotspot tooltips difficult to read.
Just finished a first draft of a really big job today for a commercial Realtor in Little Rock, Arkansas. It's the historic Packet House for sale.
Thanks for the look-see!
klausesser wrote:The whole appearance to me seems dull and somewhat depressing. Needs more brightness,
Doesn´t come over inviting to me! Looks somewhat "dead" (as we say here).
David_Matthews wrote:It was really hard to get a proper exposure on the shoot because of such high contrasting dynamic lighting. I was trying to keep the ISO reading at 200 to reduce graininess and that probably contributed to the inconsistency in the panos. I'd push the exposure time to get a good exposure, but it blew out the very bright areas. Had to boost contrast and brightness to a couple in Gimp, but it made them "washed-out."
David_Matthews wrote:Is the workflow as follows:
1. Take however many bracketed shots (say three) of each position (I use eight positions that will result in a total of 24 shots for every scene).
2. Stitch together all three panoramas.
3. Use the software to combine the three completed panoramas.
It would seem if you combined before you stitched, you would get different sections, so you just want to bracket the finished three panoramas, correct?
1. Process the bracketed exposures (fro each shooting position) before stitching with third-party software such as Photomatix and then stitch the resulting single images per shooting position.
2. Use APG's built-in exposure fusion capability; create 'stacks', use hard links within stacks.
mediavets wrote:The built-in AEB capability of most DSLRs may be inadequate cover the dynamic range presented by many pano scenes.
The Promote Control device enables extended exposure bracketing:
http://www.promotesystems.com/products/ ... ntrol.html
David_Matthews wrote:Getting GREAT results from my 60D and Photomatix!
Just seeing what can be done. Used no pano head and watermarks included in stitch.
Where has this been all my life?
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