posting as dave liked the mini planet of this in Kuula, is there any way to post mini planet?
Looks like a set from the Trueman show
Not interactively, nope. Obviously anyone can open in Kuula and play with it in TinyPlanet mode, but the only option to post a TP here is to create a full-screen TP in Kuula and screen-shot it to upload here.
ha there’s a blast from the past
That is a nice tiny planet, I feel motivated to find something similar!
can’t go to low as roofs blend out this was third one
That almost looks CGI like?, so clean and tidy.
Could be mistaken for a scale model.
The only giveaway is the Mavic shadow !.
Were your camera settings on
Auto for this one @lee?
The sky seems to change colour suddenly in a few places.
Agreed with @chrisjohnbaker it almost doesn’t look real, really weird effect!
Now that definitely looks just like a builders model !.
No pretty sure it was on manual, this does happen most time I do a pano
If you have any ideas to stop this always welcome
What are you using to stitch?
The M2P stiches onboard.
Not seen such significant blue-sky issues in other M2P/M2Z panos, though.
Would be interesting to see if the results compare favourably to stitching the images in other software, in ICE for instance.
(Although I kind of recall @callum making that comparison, and the native M2P stitching being better.)
I have when using polarised filters.
This one was with a ND4PL
Yeah, the onboard stitching on M2P for me was pretty much the same as I was getting from ICE exported to a kuula friendly size. There was no benefit really to the extra work.
Well - yes - and to be expected - because it changes the colour of the blue depending on sun angle even if the exposure is constant.
@lee Did you have a CPL on for that pano?
yes just a CPL from phsytech, will that be the reason?