Malvern - spring edition 3

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Martin_Kulhavy

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this is a spring version of this panorama:
http://photosynth.net/view.aspx?cid=d918f739-2e8a-49b2-a380-fd4f818fc9a0
How many trains can you find?
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Gigapixels 7.24
Views 29065
Favorites 27
Date Created 5/26/2012
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(8)
pierlu77 Over 1 year ago
amazing details
Kebulak Over 1 year ago
Uzasna prace! // Amazing work!
adriel623 Over 1 year ago
CRAZYY! Awesome!
mt1202 Over 1 year ago
You did an excellent job. I can only imagine how much work it was...congrats!
Rob1982 Over 1 year ago
Amaizing!
How did you do it?
Can you help me, or where can i found a manual?
thank your Awesome work!
Martin_Kulhavy Over 1 year ago
I'll try to be brief.
It is normal multi-row panoramic photo, you should be able to do this with "normal" equipment.
1) taking photos:
You need a tripod. Panoramic head is better, but for these photos in not necessary. Take photos in multiple rows, keep about 20% overlap. The longer focal length the higher resolution. Start on about 50mm, once you have the experience, you can increase it. This pano is taken at 200mm; 6 rows, 45 columns. It is better to take portrait format (you get more sky).
2) Stitching.
I use PtGui, but there are many other softwares doing the same work (Autopano, Hugin). There are plenty manuals for the programs.
3) stripes method.
For these extreme large panoramas I use "stripe" method. I would take ages in Ptgui to create full pano in one go. I create several overlaping stripes (about 10 for this pano) and then I merge them together in Photoshop.

If you have more question, feel free to ask me.
MagiView Over 1 year ago
Super as usual, Martin. Congratulations again!
I have favorited it.
Jacques
David0983 Over 1 year ago
Very nice.
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