Tricky, yes. I can see problems both ways. I think I'll try creating the HDR's first, then taking them to SPM, That way even though I'll have to do the HDR alignment twice, I'll only have to do the 3d alignment once, with images that won't get realigned again. If I create three pairs of 3d images, I think it will be a very tricky job doing the alignment for HDR, since the 3d alignment may well have made them unsuitable for HDR. It's just a guess, and I won't know until I try.
3D, HDR, 360° panos are for me the equivalent of a trip to Mars. A lot of preparation required.
Oops, I forgot to tell you ...
Yellow Star too :))
Thanks Olivier! I realy never expected this one to be as successfull. 160 hits so far
Vasco great pic.. great HDR..
Thanks for the nice coments SarpBKS
Que foto fantástica, Vasco. As fotos trabalhadas em HDR ficam espectaculares. Parabéns.
Esta ficou com um efeito interessante, embora esteja demasiado exagerado para ser um bom HDR.
Beautiful, thank you!
.:mY coNTesT May 2008:.
Beautiful picture :-) Congratulations Eva from Wellington
Here a product of HDR too. I am just a beginner. I took 5 basic pictures and tonemapped from jpg. It takes a lot of time to find out what settings give good results.
Nice picture, greetings from germany and Merry Christmas!!!
I like every single detail in this image! Another one great HDR work from you!
apesar de ser familiar, o sítio, a luz é deveras peculiar.Parabéns!
best wishes from Canada
very good photography of old street, a really nice view
Greetings from Poland
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