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Neutralhazer creating different color in the stitching line

by alexojeda » Tue May 26, 2015 6:22 pm

Hi, I created a Pano with APG, import it in PTP, and it works fine, the stitching is seamless, but I could see the washed out haze. So I take the Pano into Photoshop CC2014, I use neutral hazer to get rid of the washed out look, get it where I like it, but now when I import into PTP, I can see a completely noticeable line in the edge of the pano where it was stitched in PT. It looks horrible with that line with different sky blues in the middle. Did I did something wrong in neutral hazer? How can I fix this? where is the problem? Many thanks!

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Re: Neutralhazer creating different color in the stitching l  [SOLVED]

by mediavets » Tue May 26, 2015 6:59 pm

alexojeda wrote:Hi, I created a Pano with APG, import it in PTP, and it works fine, the stitching is seamless, but I could see the washed out haze. So I take the Pano into Photoshop CC2014, I use neutral hazer to get rid of the washed out look, get it where I like it, but now when I import into PTP, I can see a completely noticeable line in the edge of the pano where it was stitched in PT. It looks horrible with that line with different sky blues in the middle. Did I did something wrong in neutral hazer? How can I fix this? where is the problem? Many thanks!

I think you'd need to use Neutral Hazer on the source images before stitching to avoid that line issue.

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Re: Neutralhazer creating different color in the stitching l

by Cliquetsy » Tue May 26, 2015 8:04 pm

If you edit the images after stitching, the software you use has "no idea" your panorama joins at the two ends. There can/will be colour differences between those two edges, creating the line that you noticed.

To avoid that, do as mediavets said and dehaze the pictures before stitching.

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Re: Neutralhazer creating different color in the stitching l

by alexojeda » Tue May 26, 2015 8:32 pm

ok. I see, many thanks, Mediavets and Cliquetsy. I'll do that from now on. Cheers!


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