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  1. Exposure bracketed pano on Willamete River, Ship, steel bridge

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    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

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

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

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    St John's Bridge, 22mm, n=15
  5. Re: Exposure bracketed pano on Willamete River, Ship, steel bridge

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    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?
  6. Re: Exposure bracketed pano on Willamete River, Ship, steel bridge

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

    #7

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