Phra Meru Ground (Sanam Luang) Bangkok, Thailand

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Prise le 21/02/2008
Phra Meru Ground or Sanam Luang, located on northern part of Grand Palace. This ground was exhibited importance royal ceremonies for over 200 years. Coming this year Sanam Luang once again serve as place to build The Royal Pavillion of Her Royal Highness Princess Galyani Vadhana funeral ceremony.
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Plus d'information: http://www.Palaces.Thai.Net

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Vorapoj Songcharoen
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Latitude: 13° 45' 9" N, Longitude: 100° 29' 36" E see »

Localisation: Thailand

Commentaires sur la panoramique:

Much better tone mapping but you still have got chromatic aberration. Try to pop up the contrast !!! if you did the HDR with jpg you´ve got two options open up all the files in photoshop and at lens distorsion remove the chromatic aberration or the other one by raw converter and then remove it then you could mount the hdr without the chromatic aberration. Raw or Jpeg?
Par Bernard Custard Gascó | 02/03/2008 - 12:57:13 GMT +0100
Thank you very much for you quick and kindly advised.
I took your advised form last time. Instead shooting in jpeg, this time I shoot in RAW, and on the coversion process that will allowed me to adjusted
Chromatic Aberration. But my problem is when I fixed problem on somepart of the image then problem will happend on another part of the image.
I use Sigma 8 mm. Flish Eye Len, Do you have any suggestion?

For tone mapping I did RAW conversion then stiched the images then combine into HDR image with lower setting on tone mapping (Less obivous) Somehow it still introducing some artifect on the picture, I could combine into HDR during stiching prcess too. What is your suggestion?
Par Vorapoj Songcharoen | 02/03/2008 - 16:32:02 GMT +0100
Thats great, but I use aswell the sigma 8 mm and it´s difficult but if you zoom the picture at 200 o 300 % at raw conversion you will see much better the chromatic aberration the adjust number are quite high, just check aswell the vignetting lens and adjust it.

For the hdri I shoot always at raw and then do all the adjustments and then record everything in TIFF. Then for go to ptgui or what ever you prefer and then check the option export and export it as separate files +2 0 -2 .

Take the three panoramas and go to picture naut or just photomatix,
Par Bercus@mac.com | 02/03/2008 - 20:26:33 GMT +0100

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