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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, 2014 4:04 pm 
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Hey guys...
At all i guess its an easy question,when u know how to do :) - as usual

I export my panos as squares.
I then impost the last one in photoshop to correct the nodal point hole.
Often i hav a structured floor with different brightness gradients.
What would be the easiest and best workflow to correct this?
It´s too large for healing brush -
Also lasso and Shift + F5 kills the patterns.
The stamp toll is not really possible, when u have very exact and rectangular patterned floors.
Anyone has a trick for me?


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 13, 2014 7:48 am 
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Hi...

Send my your cube face and I will check it out.. If its fixable without a nadir image, I will explain how to fix it.. dps@westnet.com.au

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 13, 2014 1:34 pm 
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flowmotion wrote:
Hey guys...
At all i guess its an easy question,when u know how to do :) - as usual

I export my panos as squares.
I then impost the last one in photoshop to correct the nodal point hole.
Often i hav a structured floor with different brightness gradients.
What would be the easiest and best workflow to correct this?



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flowmotion wrote:
It´s too large for healing brush -
Also lasso and Shift + F5 kills the patterns.
The stamp toll is not really possible, when u have very exact and rectangular patterned floors.
Anyone has a trick for me?


I do all my panos this way. I very rarely shoot Nadirs - due to that is impossible to do when you shoot hires with lenses longer than 35mm - but retouch them in Photoshop.
You surely need some training but it´s the most appropriate way for handling Nadirs.

Shooting extra Nadirs means some effort/time and often is impossible to do. It´s easy with fisheye-shots but quite impossible when shooting hires.

A configuration of head/camera/lens which provides a very small Nadir-hole definitely is preferable.

Klaus


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