One quick question for you.
I have faced a new situation this weekend when shooting a panorama in a temple in Kamakura (Japan):http://www.photosig.com/go/photos/view?id=1667068
The problem is that there is both articial and natural light in the scene, for which different WB settings should ideally be used in order to get accurate colors, or at least perceptually reasonnable colors.
The image above, stitched with PTGui 5.5 was assembled from .nef files converted with RSP using the default camera AWB value (ranging from 5000 to 5400 K, almost stable), which doesn't quite correct for the yellowish tints in the center part of the frame.
Thanks to this slight difference in colors, PTgui is able to stitch the images seemlessly, but the image is probably too yellow in the center (although it did feel yellow in the actual scene). What do you think?
I could have lowered the WB value in the center part of the frame, but I am afraid that PTgui might not have been able to correct for the resulting differences in colors across frames (I haven't tried it yet).
I was wondering what you guys typically do in such cases?
Thank you in advance,