Daniel J. Matyola
danmatyola at gmail.com
Sun Jan 12 23:39:31 EST 2020
That is an extraordinary image ; I can imagine how it will look in a large
The meteor is a wonderful added touch.
On Sun, Jan 12, 2020 at 3:54 PM Ralf R Radermacher <fotoralf at gmx.de> wrote:
> Am 12.01.20 um 20:06 schrieb Larry Colen:
> > A friend wants a print of one of my night time panoramas at Thunderhill
> Wow! Absolutely breathtaking.
> > It would be really nice if there was software that could stitch the
> night sky and the terrestrial foreground separately.
> What would be the advantage? Just asking...
> You'd have to use a separate stitching software, e.g. Hugin. Or try the
> 30-day-demo of ON1 Photo RAW. Both output panoramas as a layered and
> masked (.PSD) Photoshop file with the adjusted, blended but not yet
> stitched images which you could then fine-tune in PS before flattening
> the file.
> Ralf R. Radermacher - Köln/Cologne, Germany
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