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Old June 16th, 2016, 09:40 AM
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Wow, that's pretty cool!
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This is a beautiful image Sabine. !!!
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Re: night panorama

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This is a beautiful image Sabine. !!!
Thanks guys. I really appreciate it!
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Re: night panorama

Sabine this is a master-piece. Have you used Tripod? Night Panorama. I have never tried that. Can you please guide me about Exifs and the process. I love to work on panorama. I was never satisfied with the result of my processing. In all my efforts I shot hand-held.
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Sabine this is a master-piece. Have you used Tripod? Night Panorama. I have never tried that. Can you please guide me about Exifs and the process. I love to work on panorama. I was never satisfied with the result of my processing. In all my efforts I shot hand-held.
Masterpiece??? You are way too kind.

Yes, I do use a tripod for all my panoramas. A must in my eyes. I've only ever shot a pano hand-held once, and although it turned out, it's like with any shot you want in focus...

The process... (I'm terrible at explaining things).... a little harder at night, than in daytime. I basically just put my tripod on the road next to the lake, and picked a point where I wanted to start. Then, after each individual shot, I just rotated the head on my tripod a little further to the left, making sure I had 30-40% overlap for each photo.

I find panos a lot of fun. In a night situation it can be a little more frustrating, though. When you commit to a particular set of images, you might miss out on something really cool happening in another part of the sky. For that reason I don't tend to do too many of these. I like to be able to whip my camera and tripod around when I notice that some cool Northern Lights happen somewhere else.
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Thank you Sabine. From now on I shall use tripod while working on panorama.
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Thank you Sabine. From now on I shall use tripod while working on panorama.
Definitely a good idea! Looking forward to seeing some of your panos.
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Re: night panorama

Very cool Sabine.
I have several questions.
Do you shoot RAW? or JPEG?
Are you using Photoshop?
What lens length are you using?

Here are a few observations from my own experience with shooting panoramas.
Handheld shots can work fine in bright enough light, (daytime), that you can hold the camera steady without getting camera shake blur. I do this often with good results. It just takes some practice to get a good straight horizon.
Very low light requires a tripod, but I have done some handheld in brightly lit night city scenes with a wide angle lens.
Do not use auto focus if you can help it.
For most landscapes, small apertures work best to keep a deep Depth of Field.
I've never tried, or had the opportunity to shoot the Aurora, so you're on your own there. Experiment and see what works best.
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Re: night panorama

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Very cool Sabine. - Thank you.

Do you shoot RAW? or JPEG? - I shoot in RAW, but for Panos Photoshop uses the JPEG file. Not sure if this has to be the case but, shooting with a Canon 6D, doing it all in basic PS CS5 steps, that seems to be my only option, as Canon 6D was added to Camera Raw 7.3, which requires CS6.

Are you using Photoshop? - Yes, I use PS CS5. As mentioned above, I use JPEG for panos. Otherwise I get to my big files in a 'roundabout' way.

What lens length are you using? - For night time shots I use a Tokina 16-28mm 2.8, mostly kept at 16mm.
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If you use Bridge to download and organize your images, you should be able to have RAW files automatically download as DNG files, which should then be workable in whatever version of Camera Raw,(CR), you have.

I use CS5 too. In my pano flow I usually adjust all the images at once in raw, then reopen them from Bridge to put them together as a pano. Then the finished product gets saved as a JPEG. CS5 has some good distortion correcting tools that most often make it easy to straighten out horizons.

I have found that the wider the lens, the more distortion I end up with in the final image. Angle and distance from subject also are a factor. If you can use the DNG files in CR, you can try the lens correction tool on them. If the lens is an older model covered by that version of CR it should help with aligning and blending.
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