Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by eWRXshun, Dec 20, 2007.
i took each pic with the same exposure/aperture so there wasn't any variance there.
what effect are you referring to?
the uneven lightness of the photo.
ohhhh... i was sitting too close to the monitor, so i didn't even notice.
to me it just looks like that's how the scene was
polarizers have varying degrees of effectiveness depending on the angle of the light
thus we can conclude
looks like a sine wave to me.
what about WB? What did you have it set for? gotta have the same for all just like exposure
In pano's your worst enemy is going to be managing WB/Exposure. As you pan light changes most of the time, so never, ever use Auto WB if you are planning on stitching.
overlooked it, had it on auto.
i'll keep that in mind for next time, it never occurred to me.
you can probably fix it in post, especially if you shoot RAW
my guess is that it is the polarizer as it is pretty consistent as you move from side to side. the other thing i would tell you to do is to take it off and try it again (if you're still there)
or try a different scene and see if the same thing happens
Took me a while to get it just right
i shoot raw, i just let CS2 do its photomerge magic. i'm on someone else's laptop right now so i didn't want to fuck around with it too much.