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Gigapan Comments (2)

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  1. John Warkentin

    John Warkentin (July 09, 2014, 12:04AM )

    I think you will find that image is as sharp as a tack in the area of focus (which is the line of buildings on the other side of the river). There was a lot of vibration I had to deal with on the jetty that morning and a smaller aperture was going to force me to lower the shutter speed or raise the ISO, both of which I didn't want to do. Even at F16 the subjects near the camera would never be in focus unless I changed the point of focus (which I didn't do and in general never do). I stitched it in PTGui and did the processing of RAW files in Lightroom. I have never used Kolor's Autohazer and I doubt it would do anything on this image - there it next to no haze in it.

  2. Lloydy Pops

    Lloydy Pops (July 07, 2014, 03:27PM )

    Have you tried a smaller aperture? It might make your images crisper! I really like this photo. What did you stitch it with? If you shot it with Autopano Giga did you try the Autohazer filter?