M4

Theme : Church / Mosque Interiors

HDR indicates ~ synthed using HDR or Tonemapping


Utrecht, Domkerk, Walkthrough II
Utrecht, Domkerk, Walkthrough II
M4 (2 days ago)
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Utrecht, Domkerk, Walkthrough I
Utrecht, Domkerk, Walkthrough I
M4 (2 days ago)
M4 (1 month ago)
pmonasteriop (2 months ago)
very nice, i got curious about what happens closer to the floor

HGREGG (3 months ago)
Yep! I agree with both those comments - especially gtakacs about closing the loop on walks. Nice one :-)

gtakacs (3 months ago)
I love that the loop is closed around the perimeter.

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Utrecht, Jacobikerk, Organ
Utrecht, Jacobikerk, Organ
Joscelin.Trouwborst (2 months ago)
Sluit me aan bij David. Wist niet dat we in Nederland zo'n mooi orgel hebben.

M4 (2 months ago)
Yes, It was the only way to achieve the required symmetry. In other words, the hard way (the benches are bolted) multiple photo's per row.

David-Photosynth-Team (3 months ago)
I love the way the camera apparently floats above the seating! You must have walked in to each row for each successive shot, right?

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Utrecht, Domkerk 2
Utrecht, Domkerk 2
Woyciech (2 months ago)
All of your Synths watch and admire how to show the beautiful inside the church.

M4 (3 months ago)
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Utrecht, Pieterskerk
Utrecht, Pieterskerk
M4 (2 months ago)
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Utrecht, Geertekerk, Organ
Utrecht, Geertekerk, Organ
creepyandmore (3 months ago)
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Utrecht, Domkerk 1
Utrecht, Domkerk 1
M4 (3 months ago)
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Utrecht, Domkerk, Admiral van Ghent
Utrecht, Domkerk, Admiral van Ghent
M4 (3 months ago)
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Istanbul, Haghia, Sophia , III
Istanbul, Haghia, Sophia , III
joaquinpercusses (Over 1 year ago)
Beautiful and super impressive!

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Rome, St Peter, Basilica, La Pieta, Michelangelo, Deep Zoom
Rome, St Peter, Basilica, La Pieta, Michelangelo, Deep Zoom
M4 (Over 1 year ago)
Well Spotted !! Vatican Museum > lots of photo's > camera flat battery. So I used my video camera instead, with an enhanced optical zoom function. Experimenting with all kind of visual effects combined with Photosynth, still amazing. Similar 'video' synth's Rome : http://photosynth.net/userprofilepage.aspx?user=M6

David-Photosynth-Team (Over 1 year ago)
Did you shoot this with video?

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Beaune, 360 Dome, Notre, Dame, Basilica, Tapestries
Beaune, 360 Dome, Notre, Dame, Basilica, Tapestries
M4 (Over 1 year ago)
Thx, There will be more complex synth's very soon, all using the innovative strength of 'the Photosynth reality'.

TonyErnst (Over 1 year ago)
Extremely well done. You did a great job connecting this synth, and the highlights are great as well. Be sure to check this one out in overhead mode (T key)

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Rome, HDR, 360, St Cecilia, Trastevere, in-outside
Rome, HDR, 360, St Cecilia, Trastevere, in-outside
Bikeguy (Over 1 year ago)
very, very nice synth

Shalihmysynth (Over 1 year ago)
very nice synth

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Utrecht, HDR, Willibrorduskerk
Utrecht, HDR, Willibrorduskerk
M4 (Over 1 year ago)
There's always the aspect what HDR (~tonemapping) actually does to your photo. I like the way how things are 'super'exposed. It's entirely something else than reaching this 'colour'richness and depth by long exposures. I'm afraid you like HDR or you're against it and there's not much in between.

synthetic.dan (Over 1 year ago)
Perhaps might I suggest that you take the pictures in the evening with just interior lighting and without the HDR. Long exposures would have been much beneficial.

synthetic.dan (Over 1 year ago)
is this real HDR? Either way you over did it as this synth is hardly enjoyable.

M4 (Over 1 year ago)
Hi MichaelDenis, To be honest, the actual editing is a bit laborious, so i prefer the special way 'you learn to look' of shooting photosynth's. Thursday i'll publish a new church interior, this time the Janskerk. Regards M4

michaeldenis (Over 1 year ago)
M4, your HDR synths are, to understate strongly, mind-blowing. I like your work. Out of curiousity, Which do you prefer the shooting of photosynths or the editing of photosynths? Personally, I prefer shooting them *way* more than I prefer editing them. Anyways, keep up the great work: it's impressive.

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