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I'm inviting you to my living room for a chat, not running a public toilet for you to take a piss.
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Ikea Test 2 - good colours, almost perfect to the actual scene. Soft image from the kit lens.
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Brisbane Town Hall Vertoma Framed

As input I took 5 shots horizontally, one above the other with about 30% or more overlap.

So here is the Photoshop part:

1) Load shots into Photoshop.

2) Optional : If there is too much difference in the colour or brightness of the shot you can alter one of them to match the most pleasing of the two using the normal tools. This sure doesn't need to be an exact match.

3) Copy paste one into the other.

4) Rotate the canvas 90°

5) Select all layers

6) Select 'Edit>Auto-Align layers...' and be sure to select 'Cylindrical stitching'

7) Select 'Edit>Auto-Blend layers'

8) Rotate the canvas 90° in the opposite direction of the previous rotate.

9) Merge the layers ( Shift-Ctrl-E )

10) Now you can free transform this layer ( ctrl-T ) and push the warp button (looks like a curved mesh), from this point on you can drag the corners of the image to get rid of the curved edges that were introduced by the stitching process.

Sharpening:

- Make a duplicate of the layer.
- Select Filter>Other>High pass (Select 5-10 pixels)
- Change the blending mode of this layer to 'Hard light'
- Change the opacity of this layer to around 30 to 60%.

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When I get a new camera one of my favourite places to test image quality, colour and sharpness is Ikea. They have so many different colour displays that vary so much it is an excellent testing ground. Disappointed with the noise from the kit lens so I will have to return with 50mm prime and compare the difference. N will love that.
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