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    Ortonised HDR of three images on a monopod.

    Is this silly? The shifts affect the overall image and here we have shifts of about 25 pixels, I had nothing to lean against.

    I think the colours are richer, and this caused me to think it might work, no grey card used just tone mapping and levels on each channel.

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    Ortonised HDR of three images on a monopod.

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    Re: Ortonised HDR of three images on a monopod.

    Not silly, indeed richer. Maybe too much magenta and purple? Is the horizontal siding white in reality? That would be about as close to a WB card as you might discern.

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    Re: Ortonised HDR of three images on a monopod.

    Hitting white balance sends the colours crazy kevin, I darkened red but agree I could remove a little magenta but this will increase green.

    I can see what you mean about the grey bit which should really be white. Cheers kevin.

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