Post Number: 3
|Posted on Tuesday, August 29, 2006 - 3:54 am: |
I really like to see colour management in Panorama Factory. Yesterday I stitched a pano from three photos, which where in ProPhoto RGB. The pano looked horrible, with almost all the colours gone totally off. I had to create originals in sRGB to come up with a usable result.
Most of my images are now ProPhoto, a colour space that does not translate to well into 'non-assigned'.
Post Number: 2
|Posted on Monday, October 23, 2006 - 7:50 pm: |
Dierk, just assign the profile to the final image ouptut from Panorama Factory. I work in ProPhoto RGB as well. While it would be convenient for the stitched file to pop out tagged with the right profile, it's very little work to assign the profile after the fact in Photoshop CS2 or any other color managed editor.
PF doesn't appear to be doing anything to break the image data, so there should be no downside to this in terms of gamut clipping, gamma encoding problems, etc.