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    Yeah, if you're going to do exposure blending, I'd actually suggest stitching first, blending later, so that your seams are evenly exposed. Doing HDR on stitched images shouldn't be problematic, but for a very large panorama it's going to be INCREDIBLY slow work. You can give it a shot, I actually wrote up a tutorial for this a while back, which I posted here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcoppock View Post
    Yeah, if you're going to do exposure blending, I'd actually suggest stitching first, blending later, so that your seams are evenly exposed. Doing HDR on stitched images shouldn't be problematic, but for a very large panorama it's going to be INCREDIBLY slow work. You can give it a shot, I actually wrote up a tutorial for this a while back, which I posted here.
    Yes, thats what I meant. make two exact panoramas with 2 different exposures then blend them by hand.

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