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I have a 3-photo stack - the same photo done with -2, 0, +2 EV, and want the same white balance on each of the photos.

Photos will be used to construct a 360 degree panorama, 4x3 photos stack = 12 photos per panorama.

Is it possible with ImageMagick or other free tool, or do I need pro software?

I want to fix EXIF too, but it is optional.

  • The obvious answer here is "take them with the same white balance". Could you expand your question to explain why that's not an option? – Philip Kendall Oct 22 '14 at 19:45
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    @PhilipKendall Or shoot RAW files and apply the same WB to all of them in post. – Michael C Oct 22 '14 at 23:36
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The best option is indeed to shoot with a fixed white balance or to shoot in RAW.

However, PTAssmbler (http://www.tawbaware.com/ptasmblr.htm) offers the ability match white balances. At $45 it's not free, but still is reasonable. On the whole I prefer it to Hugin, but not by a tremendous margin.

  • Price maybe is good but tools is not popular. – Chameleon Oct 23 '14 at 17:32
  • True, but I still like it:) And it does offer some features that Hugin lacks. – JenSCDC Oct 23 '14 at 17:43
  • @Chameleon - I've used PTAssembler for years and in the Panoramic-Photo-Stitching world it's fairly well known - In part because of the application's developer, Max Lyons', images are well done. Apple even used one of his gigapixel images for one of their events 5 years ago or so. – B Shaw Oct 25 '14 at 19:03
  • Time to try this program. – Chameleon Oct 27 '14 at 9:10

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