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Diamond Notch Falls
Diamond Notch Falls
ugpandit (Over 1 year ago)
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ugpandit (Over 1 year ago)
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amn.hodge (Over 1 year ago)
beautiful

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Arc de Triomphe
Arc de Triomphe
jen0r8 (Over 1 year ago)
egypt

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Yosemite
Yosemite
coastzone (Over 1 year ago)
Impressive!

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Jada
Jada
cwallen19803 (Over 1 year ago)
The dog is part German Shepard and (we suspect) Black Lab. Jada is decidely not intimidated, despite having been declawed by her previous owner.

Nathanael (Over 1 year ago)
How do she and the... is it a German Shepherd?.. get along?

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Jada Sleeps
Jada Sleeps
Nathanael (Over 1 year ago)
Aiyo. She's a real beauty. I've never owned a Bengal, but often thought of finding one to give a home. I'll have to investigate. On the Photosynth side, this is a smashing success... perhaps my favorite of yours that I have yet found. Well done!

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Seneca Rocks, WV
Seneca Rocks, WV
Nathanael (Over 1 year ago)
Photographing for a synth while in public does leave you feeling rather conspicuous. :)

cwallen19803 (Over 1 year ago)
Geo Taged, by request :-)

TonyErnst (Over 1 year ago)
Great point cloud and I love all the zoom levels. Could you please add a geotag? Just click the globe icon to the right of the synth. Thanks.

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Box Turtle
Box Turtle
Nathanael (Over 1 year ago)
Hi there. My apologies for not getting back to you about this synth. I guess I would chalk up the lack of synthiness here to all the long blades of grass relative to the framing. It's a little difficult to tell with the photos ordered as they are but I would have gone for two full orbits at two different distances, each consisting of no fewer than 24 photos. You do seem to have fallen just shy of that number, unfortunately. In any case, on my way over to this synth I see that you've been going at it like crazy and I did see some nice high synthy scores among them, so I'm off to see what success you've found since. Better luck next turtle. :)

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Garden3
Garden3
cwallen19803 (Over 1 year ago)
If you get pinged by my reply, take a look at http://photosynth.net/view.aspx?cid=aae9cb93-63ed-435c-aa85-21a3b95cd4e5. That synth is crappy, yet I took a 360 view of the turtle, and yet only a few photos made the grade. I was disappointed. And how do you string synths together?

Nathanael (Over 1 year ago)
Hey, nice synthy percentage score you got here! This really does give a nice look around your garden. If you were expecting more of a 3D point cloud (press the [p] key to cycle through photos+points, points only, and photos only), I'd suggest practicing by focusing on just one object at a time until it feels a little more familiar. Try synthing one tree or one flower at a time and those should yield much more of the 3D model. Once you've got the knack of it, it's simple to string multiple things together in one synth and get a pretty fair sense in 3D of what you photographed. Again, nice shots. I love how Photosynth lets you zoom in on the details of leaves, bark, petals, etc. I hope to see more from you soon. :)

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Shenandoah View
Shenandoah View
cwallen19803 (Over 1 year ago)
I'm not surprised at the 100% synth rating because this was taken using the photostitch feature of my Canon S3IS. I am surprised at how choppy it looks. this is an old (pre photosynth) stitch. If I had more photos, maybe it would look better.

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