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2006-10-22
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Color imbalance, please help!

Hello,

I just recently switched from the Ipix interactive studio stitcher to the Panoweaver stitcher.  My panoramics now have color imbalances between the hemispheres when using Panoweaver.  I have stitched the same images together with Ipix and there was no color imbalance although Panoweaver does give a better seam stitch.  Does anybody have suggestions on how to fix the color imbalance.

I have tried exporting the panoramic as a photoshop file and then editing it but the seams always seem to be off when using that type of file.  I use the 3-shot Coolpix 8700 + FC-E9 setup.  Below is a panoramic with the color imabalance.  Any help is appreciated.

Thanks

 


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One more thing, sometimes the color imbalance part is also a blue color.


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welcome to the forum!  i notice this is ur first post.

did you do a search before posting?  because this has been discussed over and over again from day one.

as a matter of fact, within the last 2 weeks someone posted almost the same exact question and his post has over 37 replies!

search and u'll find the answer ur looking for and then some!

 

 


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Hope this doesnt offend anyone... but justs show how little photographic skills you needed to use ipix software. Maybe thats the reason for the hideously cheap pricing in the US?
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you need some photoshop skills, to adjust the color balance and curves. this is not difficult.
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