Attempt at digital panoramic

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  1. hobbes28

    hobbes28 Incredible Supporting Member

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    I took this series of pictures and have been working on making a good panoramic. The second picture in the series overexposed which is why the coloring is different and I have tried to fix it but still no good.

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    I can take brutality because I am colorblind. It's also a kinda big file so it may take a while to load.
     
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    StvShoop TPF Noob!

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    looks pretty sweet, nice place for a panoramic. like the composition too.
    might be nicer if it were cropped either higher up or tighter on the center (vertically) and crop a little further right, the extra stuff on the pier makes me wish i could see what is over there.

    yeah, the differently exposed part is a bit of trouble. use feathered masking like crazy is my only guess, looks like you've done some of that already

    colors look fine to me. better on the left portion than the right, imo

    how large is the total angle of the shots? i tried doing this once or twice before and quickly realized how distorted you have to make large angle panoramics

    is that in SC? what river is it
     
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    This picture is in Hallstadt, Austria. I guess the angle is about 200 degrees. It has consumed a ton of time so far.
     
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    200 degrees... so the river isn't bent?

    that must have been a LOT of work then, gj!
     

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