Typhoon H Dual Layer 360 Pano of "downtown" area

Discussion in 'Photo's and Video's' started by skwty, Nov 10, 2016.

  1. skwty

    skwty Member

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    Wow, that is pretty good then. Typically, in the case of high winds or drone drift, you might see a few misaligned horizons and things like that. Technically, it is just taking photos and the software does overlap, so the wobbles (in most cases) should go undetected.
     
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    Were you using Gorgeous? What ISO, speed, and white balance did use? Nice Job!
     
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    Thanks!
    For both of mine, I just used AUTO WB and settings because it was bright enough and didn't feel like messing with the settings at that time. You can only shoot the dual layer in JPG anyway, so I knew there would be little post-processing that you could do.
     
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