Hugin 2017.0.0 — Stitching HDR and LDR Panoramas

Having been an occasional user of Hugin for many years, I have described my recent experience of stitching High-dydnamic-range (HDR) and normal, (Low-dynamic-range) panoramas from a set of 9 images shot one evening at Salford Quays. The article should prove interesting and useful to anyone new to Hugin, or to those, like me, who use Hugin infrequently and never quite become “experts”.

P1548 - P1559_hdr_pregamma_1_mantiuk08_auto_luminancecolorsaturation_1.4_contrastenhancement_1.71

As usual, Hugin did an excellent job of stitching, but I recommend outputting an HDR file in EXR format for tone-mapping in, for example, Luminance HDR.

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