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Bracketing-> 6 shots-> half are oriented wrong

 
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Feb 21, 2018 15:46 |  #1

I am shooting some interior photography with a Canon T2i. I am using bracketing. The T2i will auto bracket only 3 photos. So I am starting at a base time set manually, bracket 3, then change the base by 2 stops and bracket another 3.

The end result is to be processed to HDR images, and then stitched with PTGui into 360 panos.

The problem I am having is when I do the straight up shot of the ceiling, 3 will be in portrait, and 3 will be in landscape. The raw photos require extra processing of course to change to portrait.

Anyone have any suggestions as to why, and if there is anything I can do to prevent the landscape orientation of the ceiling photos?


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Feb 21, 2018 15:57 |  #2

56_kruiser wrote in post #18569210 (external link)
I am shooting some interior photography with a Canon T2i. I am using bracketing. The T2i will auto bracket only 3 photos. So I am starting at a base time set manually, bracket 3, then change the base by 2 stops and bracket another 3.

The end result is to be processed to HDR images, and then stitched with PTGui into 360 panos.

The problem I am having is when I do the straight up shot of the ceiling, 3 will be in portrait, and 3 will be in landscape. The raw photos require extra processing of course to change to portrait.

Anyone have any suggestions as to why, and if there is anything I can do to prevent the landscape orientation of the ceiling photos?

Turn off auto-rotate.


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Feb 21, 2018 16:24 as a reply to  @ john crossley's post |  #3

I was just coming back to say I was going to try that. I find that it then ends up making all 6 of the ceiling photos landscape. I had thought that being landscape would be a problem.

But interestingly, after running the landscape photos through PHotomatix, I ended up with a merged vertical photo.

At any rate, I think I'll be good with this.

Thanks...

[UPDATE]

My ceiling ended up upside down in the stitch. I'll continue experimentation in PTGui and see if I can come to a correction. Looks like it's going to take some more steps in any event.


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Feb 23, 2018 11:16 |  #4

Just put it in PS/LR and rotate. Two x 90° should do it nicely.


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