Another round of still life photos–all from the Xtreme trailer.
A 3-pass [5-shots each] pano
I use a DJI tripod and have attached a light for illumination and color warmth. The light does not move. I have used an iPhone 7 Plus and now use an iPhone X for the pictures. The height of the camera above the floor is determined by the effect I want to achieve.
This video shows the robot’s movement. For a wider panorama, I can select a 3-pass 27-shot capture. The DJI Go App controls the Osmo and processes [stitches] the images together.
Taken with DJI Osmo Mobile and the DJI Go iOS App
Is it any good? You be the judge.
Above are 5 pictures I took with my iPhone X of storm clouds to my south. I then used my trial version of Photolemur to enhance the photographs [below the original and with their watermark].
Photolemur is an absolutely automatic photo enhancer that uses Artificial Intelligence to apply all the enhancements your image needs, on its own. All you have to do is to import your image to the app, and the photo enhancer does everything else automatically from there.
Certainly, the colors are more vivid. One can adjust how vivid by using a slider before the file is exported or after [requires exporting again]. So, what do you think?
Photolemur is running a promotion where one can buy @ 35% off [$35 versus $99]. Some of my Facebook friends have commented. Their newest version is 2.3.
The program seems to be better suited for process a small number of photos versus large batches of hundreds. The trial version does not allow batch processing; therefore, I cannot give a time estimate for large batches.
I’m still evaluating…