Hi, I have tested to make a HDR panorama with different layers and exposure bracketed images. I use rigid links between the layers and no color correction but the rendered layers are not the same. The antighost works different in each layer and after its impossible to merge the layers in a HDR image.
This is an old problem discussed in viewtopic.php?f=2&t=13067 about the HDR workflow process and still i dont know how to solve it.
There is still no global solution for that yet with the smart cutting (by using content analysis). Nevertheless, now, you can do it manually and globally. Solution:
- Change the cutting method from smart to ISO. This new method doesn't analyse content, it is only driven by user input and image location. If you have rigid links, the image locations are already the same. - Use the greens or red pins in constrains masking to adjust the zones. Be sure to use pins that affects stacks and not only single image.