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|Date/Time:||14-May-2012 19:33:08 +0000|
|Subject:||RE: Shooting HDR Panoramas|
OK that makes sense.
No you shoot each position at 5 different shutter speeds before moving on to the next one.
Just imagine the process in your mind.
If you shoot 5 spheres at their own shutter speeds and combine them, you?ll end up with a world of motion artifacts. People, cars, trees, lighting that has all changed.
If you shoot each position at its shutter speed, your artifacting is greatly limited,
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From: #removed# [mailto:#removed#] On Behalf Of Richard C Gillespie
Sent: Monday, May 14, 2012 3:24 PM
Subject: Re: [PanoToolsNG] Shooting HDR Panoramas
I am shooting a 360x180 HDR panorama 8 stops around @f8 with 5 different shutter speeds.
My question is when I shoot the panorama can I shoot it the eight shots at the the same shutter speed,
8 @2 sec, 8 @t.5 sec, 8 @1/5 sec, 8 @1/13 sec, and 8 @1/20 sec and stitch them together,
or do I need t shoot each shot with the 5 different shutter speeds?
Sorry for the all confusion.