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Hilton Falls in Halton, Ontario

Discussion in 'HDR Images Only Forum' started by Paul Mitchell, Jun 5, 2019.

  1. Paul Mitchell

    Paul Mitchell Active Member

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    Hilton Falls in Halton, Ontario. This is 8 vertical 3 shot HDR images put together for the panorama. The original is huge and you can really zoom in for great detail or to recompose it.

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  2. Mike Singh

    Mike Singh Always on Premium Member

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    Nice stitching on a complex technique. What was your shooting and processing work flow?
     
  3. Roger S

    Roger S Crazy Canuck Administrator

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    This looks great, Paul.
     
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    rebel06 Without a cause Moderator

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    That's a good scene well caught Paul.

    Paul
     
  5. Paul Mitchell

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    Camera on tripod shooting portrait mode. From left to right camera set for 3 shots bracketing 1 fstop per shot. It took 8 separate pans to get the area I wanted for a total of 24 shots. Then I took each group of 3 and put them through Photomatix naming them Pano 1, Pano 2 etc. When finished I loaded all the Pano files into Photoshop and chose Automate...Photomerge. When that was done I flattened the image and the tweaked the edges to maintain as much of the image as possible. I always compose my image through the viewfinder and never through cropping afterwards so I want to keep as much of the image as possible. After I did the final minor crop I tweaked the image in Photoshop for sharpness and contrast. The result is what I posted.
     
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