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    Panorama shot during Palmela 2011 at Lisboa, Sao Jorge Castle



    Flash version on this link: http://www.skivr.com/?p=1393

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    Vincèn, A nice panorama, but it seems to me there's a pronounced yellow cast. Certainly it looks better with a colour temperature adjustment and the blue sky then looks a bit more natural. I think the stitching problems at two of the seams should also be fixed if possible - two sets of twins is overkill!

    John
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    Ptgui 9 mask tools should be handy to remove the twins and ghosts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick fan View Post
    Ptgui 9 mask tools should be handy to remove the twins and ghosts.

    Nick
    The twins in black t-shirts are Andrew Baddeley and his other brother Andrew. :-) :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Bailey View Post
    The twins in black t-shirts are Andrew Baddeley and his other brother Andrew. :-) :-)
    Right, they couldn't stop moving while I was shooting pano :D

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    I have tested an HDR version of the panorama, what do you think of it ? didn't remove ghost neither tripod as I first want to know how people feel it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincèn View Post
    I have tested an HDR version of the panorama, what do you think of it ?
    Some people like the vivid effects that HDR processing can produce. I'm not one of them, and the first adjective that sprang into my mind was "hideous". Sorry, but it's not at all to my taste.

    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Bailey View Post
    The twins in black t-shirts are Andrew Baddeley and his other brother Andrew. :-) :-)
    Twice as good looking!



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    Quote Originally Posted by John Houghton View Post
    Some people like the vivid effects that HDR processing can produce. I'm not one of them, and the first adjective that sprang into my mind was "hideous". Sorry, but it's not at all to my taste.
    Yep I went too far in settings I think, I prepare a more "normal" version, avalaible soon !

    Quote Originally Posted by badders View Post
    Twice as good looking!
    it's always problem when you shoot panoramas, people with multiple personalities, you see all the personalities aside

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