This is another vertorama with wider view on the interior of the St. Vitus Cathedral. This view covers side stained-glass windows and columns. This image took much more my time but it looks fine.
This vertorama was merged of 15 HDR images merged of 3 hand-held shots each. Every image was shot using ISO1600. The process was the same with described in my previous post but I will repeat it here.
I processed each image in DxO Optics Pro 8 to remove chromatic aberrations and correct optical distortions (the best software to do this on my opinion). Then each image was processed in Photoshop using Dfine 2.0 by NIK Software (great noise reduction software). After corrections every 3 images (EX0, EX-2, EX+2) were merged in HDR image using Photomatix Pro 4.1 with manual settings to keep the image as much realistic as possible (I like HDR that look realistic). After I had all 15 HDR images they were merged together into a vertorama using Photoshop Photomerge function. The result of this merge was corrected using Transform function of Photoshop.
The issue I’ve met here was to save the result as it was too large (more than 4GB). To solve this I had to save the file in PSB (Large Document Format).
Here is the schema of this vertorama and images involved.