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  • Exposure bracketed pano on Willamete River, Ship, steel bridge

    Exposure bracketed using Nintendo Panocam at ISO 100, f/8, {4, 9, 19, 39, 88 } seconds, 20mm, 2900 Kelvin.
    Used n15 every 24 degrees on my NNL5.

    krpano
    http://www.stoneyphoto.com/examples/...nhanceLDR.html



  • #2
    Re: Exposure bracketed pano on Willamete River, Ship, steel bridge

    Great HDR - gives the image a bit more added punch!
    If you haven't ever taken the Willamette River Jet Boat Tours I would highly recommend it.
    Keep up the great work and thanks for sharing.
    Bill

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    • #3
      Re: Exposure bracketed pano on Willamete River, Ship, steel bridge

      I shot the 360 panoramas for their ships that are on their web site. I took a 360 pano that is on 360cities.net that shows the Hunt for red October submarine and one of the Jetboats. I will have to try out the jet boat.

      http://www.360cities.net/image/uss-b...and-oregon-usa
      http://www.360cities.net/image/willa...and-oregon-usa
      http://www.portlandspirit.com/spirtech.php

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      • #4
        Re: Exposure bracketed pano on Willamete River, Ship, steel bridge

        St John's Bridge, 22mm, n=15

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        • #5
          Re: Exposure bracketed pano on Willamete River, Ship, steel bridge

          Very nice!

          If you don't mind my asking, what was your workflow for the HDR?
          Did you stack the images individually for each view(and then stitch separately), or let a stitcher like PTgui do it all from a ton of images?

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          • #6
            Re: Exposure bracketed pano on Willamete River, Ship, steel bridge

            I use the details enhance and hdr mode in photomatix using the bracketed set of camera RAW files. I enable alignment by feature and check do not crop. I use 16 bit TIFF and a HDR format such as radiance or openEXR. I then stitch the images in Ptgui or Autopano Pro. Then I do edits in CS3 extended. The bridge had 7 brackets per position which took about 15 minutes and 25 seconds per panorama head position.

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            • #7
              Re: Exposure bracketed pano on Willamete River, Ship, steel bridge

              Thanks much, I was curious how you'd gone about it. Sounds like a labor of love!

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