Thursday, 12 February 2009
Posting this entirely using battery power on laptop & cellphone as, after a night of fairly heavy snow, we lost electricity as expected.
Hmm, looks like I was a bit hasty in writing off the EOS's bundled panorama stitching software. It doesn't give a great size or tonal range when you work with RAW files, but convert them to .tif - lowering the contrast and getting the component images as close as possible to each other in tone in the process - & suddenly you're at full original resolution. Here are a couple of pairs of panoramas to compare for the new and old ways of doing things, old attempt on top, new underneath. A vast improvement.