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comment What tools are available for RAW image processing in Linux?
This one got especially well in the latest release. Everyone should give it a try!
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accepted How can these photos have so high quality?
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comment Should I keep Image Stabilization (IS) off when I do not actually need it?
Check this question: photo.stackexchange.com/questions/7848/…
Feb
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comment Getting started with Pano software?
It might be buggy working with big files (memory issues), but for other things it works very great, it can even create HDR bokeh panoramas, you can play a lot with the options it offers.
Feb
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comment What is “bokeh panorama” (also called the “Brenizer method”)?
I forgot to tell you, those focal distances aren't 35mm equivalent. So you would have to multiply them by 6 times. So the 70mm focal distance of my camera equals a 420mm in 35mm format, which is a very narrow angle. Having said that, I think the final image would have a much bigger aperture (i.e. f/0.8) am I right? Is there an easy way to calculate the equivalent f number when the final image is done?
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comment What is “bokeh panorama” (also called the “Brenizer method”)?
In my P&S with 70mm of focal distance with the maximum zoom, the aperture is f5.9, slower than f3.1, which is the aperture my camera has when the focal distance is 5mm. Why is that happening?
Feb
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revised What is “bokeh panorama” (also called the “Brenizer method”)?
edited tags; edited title
Feb
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comment What is “bokeh panorama” (also called the “Brenizer method”)?
Should I change "Benizer Method" by "Bokeh Panorama" in the question?