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julian ­ kalmar
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Feb 15, 2008 11:45 |  #1

Hallo, I just uploaded a new Gigapixel image of St. Peterschurch.
I made a very similar picture before but nevertheless they are very different. If you are interested in some technical details you are invited to read the Making Of
http://photoartkalmar.​com …/Fresko-Peterskirche.html (external link)
Here is the thumb for those having less time

IMAGE: http://photoartkalmar.com/ZOOMIFY/THUMBS/Peterskirche%20Fresko.jpg

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Feb 15, 2008 18:10 |  #2

wow.

I read the 'making of' but I'm a little confused. This would be done with lots of exposures sown together?

You mentioned it had to be taken at f/14 but that there are still parts out of focus. Are you unable to refocus between shots to ensure that each shot is in focus? That said, it all looked in focus to me anyway.

Gotta love being able to zoom in on the cracks near the ring surrounding the bird in the middle :)


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Feb 16, 2008 07:48 |  #3

and.duncan wrote in post #4925960 (external link)
wow.

I read the 'making of' but I'm a little confused. This would be done with lots of exposures sown together?

You mentioned it had to be taken at f/14 but that there are still parts out of focus. Are you unable to refocus between shots to ensure that each shot is in focus? That said, it all looked in focus to me anyway.

Gotta love being able to zoom in on the cracks near the ring surrounding the bird in the middle :)

Fore each image I took one image with the focusing point at the bottom third and one image with the focusing point at the top third and then I combined the two images.
With 300mm the depth of field is simply not enough to get the comletey image in focus no matter where you set the focusing point.


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Feb 16, 2008 17:33 |  #4

How long did it take you to complete the photos? Hour many hour shoot?


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Feb 17, 2008 08:35 |  #5

Amfamora wrote in post #4931163 (external link)
How long did it take you to complete the photos? Hour many hour shoot?

4 hours for taking all pictures (~500)
2 1/2 weeks for the complete picture


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