I have a question. I am new to this pano and virtual tour industry. Take a look at this pano http://www.infiniteaerial.com/panorama/ ... index.html
do you see the "chandelier" (main light above in the living room there), it tends to "flare" even though I do bracketing. What is the technique to reduce that? Would you use a hood or a filter? What will reduce that?
also, can you tell me in your experience, very generally speaking, how many errors or 'stitch problems' do you think are acceptable in your 'normal' pano (before processing)? Is it 2 or 5 or 6? can you put a number on it? Or does it vary with the subject? We can find that some panos stitch virtually perfectly, while others have 2 tiny "problems" or some have 5 or 6. Do you have any wisdom to share? I want to get a feel for whether I am "in the ball park" in terms of stitch quality.
as you probably know, its a bit like groping around in the dark at the beginning here. so i really appreciate any feedback at all!