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Thermal Bath in Central Europe

PostPosted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 11:00 am
by mediapool
http://www.vr-360grad.solutions/Therme3000v4/
here is the tour
I would love to get some feedback
Still having problems on some devices not sure why...

Re: Thermal Bath in Central Europe

PostPosted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 12:20 pm
by Destiny
Hi.. The feedback you get might not be what you are wanting... or expecting..

Your photography is not so good, your camera setting are not right.. So many stitching errors.. The optimisation destroys the colours.. The blow out of white light is far too much.. ++

You need to use all manual settings on your camera.. For indoors you need to use about F8 , preferable with ISO of 100 or if not, 200.. Outdoors F16'ish.. ISO perhaps 500-800.. Shutter speeds will depend on these settings.. Make sure you focus your lens correctly..

You also need to spend some time setting your NPP.. Also, try playing around with bracketed shots for indoor panos.. Try EV's higher than 1, if your camera can do it.. I set my VR Drive with EV +/-2 and 5 shots for indoors.. You can always use a Promote Controller for more options..

We have all been where you are now.. When you look back at what you are doing now and what you do in the future, you will see what I mean..

Destiny...

Re: Thermal Bath in Central Europe

PostPosted: Sun Apr 23, 2017 7:09 pm
by Loot37
It seems that photos are a bit grainy. Try to reduce noise. Or use different settings while shooting images. As it was mentioned, ISO 100 should be perfect.

Re: Thermal Bath in Central Europe

PostPosted: Mon Apr 24, 2017 8:16 am
by mediapool
Thanks for your feedback.
I will improve it!
I am shooting these images with an Omni Rig.