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WORLDWIDE PHOTO WEEK: Part 485 - Panorama

 
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Oct 19, 2015 07:42 |  #61

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Nice, Andy! I like the VR one too. What software did you use to do that?

I sitch the photos together using PT gui.
Then use Pano2VR to convert it to a Flash file, then upload it to a website to host it.

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If you have the patience, you can add top and bottom shots, then you get a full version.


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Oct 19, 2015 10:59 |  #62

I had to be down town today so brought my beloved combo: the 5D+50/1.8.

A big pano of the river Amstel, after which Amsterdam takes its name. I used 33 shots for this. I had a bit of sun there. Taken from De Blauwbrug (The Blue Bridge).


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And a smaller pano of 20 shots. No sun here, just a grey sky.


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Oct 19, 2015 11:36 |  #63

Those are stunning Levina.. even without sun!
You got a lot of DOF out of that little Nifty-Fifty


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Oct 19, 2015 11:38 |  #64

Love the new pano shots, Andy, Lisa, Kevin and Levina. :-D


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Oct 19, 2015 12:59 |  #65

joayne wrote in post #17751828 (external link)
Those are stunning Levina.. even without sun!
You got a lot of DOF out of that little Nifty-Fifty

Thanks very much, Jo.
Ever since my Nifty tour, I love that little lens. Hardly ever used it before that and now it gets used quite often for this thread. And being out with it today again showed how well it does in the city. After coming home and seeing the shots I volunteered to host Euro Nifty a second time. :-)

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Love the new pano shots, Andy, Lisa, Kevin and Levina. :-D

Thank you, Stina.


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Oct 19, 2015 14:33 |  #66

joayne wrote in post #17751319 (external link)
Kevin..You are killing the Pano..
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Those are beautiful.

Thank you Joayne....I really enjoyed this one.

Levina de Ruijter wrote in post #17751351 (external link)
Lisa, I believe you when you say it was chilly, it looks it! A good pano though and lovely landscape. I bet the birds love it there!

Kevin, I agree with Joayne, those are beautiful! And the building looks amazing.

And thanks again everyone for the kind comments on the street pano.

Thank you Levina....it is an amazing building and great to shoot. The last 2 from you
are great as well. I really love the last one.

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Love the new pano shots, Andy, Lisa, Kevin and Levina. :-D

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Oct 19, 2015 16:53 as a reply to  @ Levina de Ruijter's post |  #67

You are an inspiration Levina. I have that camera/lens combo as of recently. Now I want to get out and do some pano. Problem is my location. ;-)a


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Oct 19, 2015 17:25 |  #68

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You are an inspiration Levina. I have that camera/lens combo as of recently. Now I want to get out and do some pano. Problem is my location. ;-)a

That's very kind of you to say, Don. Thank you so much.
I really do love that combo. In the city 50mm is sometimes a bit long, but panos are a great way around that.

I'm sure you can find a nice location for a good looking pano! Just go out with the camera and look around. My last panorama was totally accidental. I was cycling home, look to my left and see this view. I must have passed that point more times than I can remember and never saw it before. :rolleyes:


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Oct 19, 2015 17:26 as a reply to  @ hawaiiboy's post |  #69

That looks like a really nice place to be, Kevin. It must attract a lot of tourists!


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Oct 19, 2015 18:38 |  #70

Great panos. Levina! Are you just using a regular tripod/head setup, or are you being very detailed using the nodal point to setup & take those shots? I like the first one (with the sun) best, thought both are quite nice. I'm really impressed with the stitching & blending!

Andy, thanks for the info on the VR software. I'll have to give that a try sometime too!

I like those shots of the bay & dock, Kevin! Looks like you had some nice weather there!

Thanks for the comments on the river pano. I wish I'd had more time to get out and shoot more for this week's theme, but at least I got that. :-)


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Oct 19, 2015 18:49 |  #71

Thank you Levina and Lisa. Yes we did get a couple of really nice days
last week. And this are does not attract as many tourists as you might
think. It is just another part of our North Vancouver community.


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Oct 19, 2015 18:58 |  #72

OK.. Some HDR Panos...

It was so windy that I came home with sand in my hair and mouth.. I'm sure my gear will need some attention :rolleyes:


81 images combined..
I think the fence was about 6 or 8 feet above the sand at one time, not too long ago. We've had some wind  :p

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And 99 exposures...

Both San Jacinto and San Gorgonio mountains and the pass filled with clouds. They have a hard time getting through.

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Oct 19, 2015 19:05 |  #74

lavanut wrote in post #17752444 (external link)
Great panos. Levina! Are you just using a regular tripod/head setup, or are you being very detailed using the nodal point to setup & take those shots? I like the first one (with the sun) best, thought both are quite nice. I'm really impressed with the stitching & blending!

Thanks, Lisa. I'm embarrassed to say that I didn't use a tripod. I never do and always shoot panos hand holding the gear. I guess photoshop does a good job. :-)


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Oct 19, 2015 19:12 |  #75

joayne wrote in post #17752467 (external link)
OK.. Some HDR Panos...

It was so windy that I came home with sand in my hair and mouth.. I'm sure my gear will need some attention :rolleyes:


81 images combined..
I think the fence was about 6 or 8 feet above the sand at one time, not too long ago. We've had some wind  :p

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And 99 exposures...

Both San Jacinto and San Gorgonio mountains and the pass filled with clouds. They have a hard time getting through.

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Joayne, those are great! The sky in both images looks spectacular. And those are some really big panoramas, so many shots. They're also good HDR's in not overcooked! You must have had a lot of work putting these together. The landscape looks amazing. Great work.


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