2009.07.26, Tettye, Pécs, Hungary.
18 freehand vertical shots stitched (though I cropped 2 from the right side during postprocessing).
This is my first IR panorama that has colors.
It's a bit more difficult to get colors constant in IR panoramas than in single exposures. Also, I had to use some tricks here to get the stitching right, as the guy on the left was moving his arms slightly during the shots, so I had to mask him out on all shots except for one. (Alpha channel masking of the TIFF files before
the actual stitching is a bless!)
The thing that makes me sad about this shot is that there's no cloud behind the TV broadcast tower (that's an icon of Pécs, which is one of the Cultural Capitals of Europe this year, btw) making it hard to recognise.
My next one from this day won't have this problem!
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Nikon D50-IR - 18-70 @ 18mm - NEF - Capture NX 1.2 (red-blue switch conversion only) - PTGui PRO 8.0.2 - PS/CS2 (auto levels and sligh curves and crop).Print available!
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