In a previous article I already described how to post-process images which were taken with ultra wide legacy lenses on a Sony NEX in order to eliminate the magenta cast in the corners. I use the free software cornerfix (which is available for Mac and PC).
In order to get the best results, you should create your own lens profiles. Therefore you can follow these instructions. I recommend a flat field reference file which is based on a picture through a matted glass panel.
But as you may not have such a glass panel at hands you can also download one of my profiles and give it a try.
If the profiles work for you, then please leave a comment or send a note.
In 2012 the German Unity Day has been celebrated in Munich. The celebrations include a showcase of the German federated states (Bundesländer) and also other institutions like the parties of the Bavarian parliament. In the courtyard of the Bavarian Ministry of the Interior was an exhibition showing the many task of the ministry. This image shows a reprojected version of a panorama I made in the courtyard.
The church was built in 1884, and was the last turf church built in the old style.
Reprojection of a amall waterfall near Kirkjubæjarklaustur (Iceland).
This panorama is a tribute to Joseph von Fraunhofer (* March 6, 1787 – † June 7, 1826) a German physicist and optician. He was born in Straubing and died in Munich. This panorama shows his tomb in Munich.
Experiments with creating a cinemagraph.
This article shows an arduino shield for triggering the shutter of a NEX 5 and an accompanying box for easy transpirtation.
This gallery shows some impresions from Goðafoss, lake Myvatn and Dimmuborgir.
A cylindrical panoramic image taken with the NEX-5 and the SEL55210 lens from Sony.
Reprojected Bavarian Ministry of the Interior Courtyard
Turf church Hofskirkja (Iceland)
Reprojection of a small waterfall near Kirkjubæjarklaustur (Iceland).
At Joseph Fraunhofer’s Tomb
Experimenting With a Cinemagraph
Remote Trigger with Arduino, a Shield in a
Impressions from Goðafoss, Myvatn and Dimmuborgir
View over Bad Oberdorf and Bad Hindelang
Dettifoss in Iceland – again
Comparing Sony LA-EA2 and Sony LA-EA4