Bundamba Demolition Site

Posted By lime on January 7, 2017

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Before
Straight out of Camera
After
The finished image

The setup for this image

This is the former site of some industrial buildings at Bundamba. Bunnings has bought the entire block. Wandering home from the train station after a night out, I put my camera through the fence to snap nine images. They are stitched together using Microsoft ICE (Image Composite Editor).
Step 1
First attempt to stitch with Hugin. I've had some good experiences with Hugin in the past, but with my new camera (RX100), we've started to have a disagreement. Hugin is very configurable, but no matter what I do, I can't get a good stitch - I think it's to do with particular properties of this camera and lens.
Step 2
Second attempt using Microsoft ICE (Image Composite Editor). ICE is less configurable - it either works or it doesn't. Luckily for me, it has worked on this set.
Step 3
Crop out any blank areas.
Step 4
To make the colours a bit more interesting, in the basic panel, presence: clarity +20, vibrance +30, saturation +20
Step 5
I like the colours on the left, however they got a bit washed out.
Graduated filter to counter this, contrast +100
Step 6
High ISO means high noise. Noise reduction, luminance +40
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