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    Red face Panorama

    Hi all,

    Would like to know when taking shots of a scene with different contrast for pano, do you compensate it manually for different shots or do you meter the overall scene and lock the exposure for all the shots?

    Apolgise if it sounds silly as this is a first attempt to do pano.

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    Default Re: Panorama

    Quote Originally Posted by rebbot
    Hi all,

    Would like to know when taking shots of a scene with different contrast for pano, do you compensate it manually for different shots or do you meter the overall scene and lock the exposure for all the shots?

    Apolgise if it sounds silly as this is a first attempt to do pano.

    perhaps you can read this
    http://www.panoguide.com/howto/panoramas/

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    Default Re: Panorama

    Quote Originally Posted by ransoma22
    I already read that. Thanks! Just thot I asked which is a more better way for taking shots that have areas of high contrast difference.

    Cheers~

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