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Chesterman Beach - manual blending experiment

by capacious » Wed Mar 08, 2006 10:27 am

This 2x2 panorama, (shot last summer), was originally stitched using another software package. It worked well except it only could use 8 bit input as well the color between frames was in bad need of correcting.

I chose to try and let APP render it and found out that the person on the left had moved from frame to frame, as well the water was in a different position as it had receded a bit. These two elements caused ghosting and I was forced to find a solution.

This is the fully manual blended pano done in PS. I just decided to discard the lower blended layer and work with the seperate layers provided by APP when rendered as PSB in layers.

The result worked very well and everything that had not moved from frame to frame matched up perfectly!

I'll be experimenting more with this as I am trying to learn the secrets of APP ;)

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by capacious » Mon Mar 13, 2006 9:41 pm

Just an Update!

I have been rendering several more Panoramas
and done a few with layers.

I was able to use the layers to improve and or fix, any wierd blending
that was done by APP.
I cut out what I wanted fixed using a 20 pixel feather so as to blend in
and then dropped it ontop of the final blended layer.

Worked well.

Right now I'm working on a better way to display the panoramas at a higher resolution for the web.
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