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by mjaszo » Mon Jul 18, 2011 1:47 pm

Hi!
My name is Michal Jaszowski (Mee-how Ya-shov-ski) and I run a one-person company specialising in virtual tours, panos and such.
Feel free to visit my site and comment on my work:
http://www.full-frame.pl
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by Nelike Imagery » Tue Jul 26, 2011 12:27 pm

Hey Michal!

Nice to meet you :) Your website is pretty good. I took some time to go through it. Great work! Panoramas are pretty clean and nice looking. All are shot in HDR i suppose?

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Jesse Passoja
Nelike Imagery
www.inelike.fi

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by mjaszo » Tue Jul 26, 2011 1:44 pm

Hi Jesse! None of them are HDR, unfortunately :) I've done some for different projects but don't have time to upgrade the www. As you could see - there are still tripods in the Gallery panoramas :/ Same story.
Glad u liked them though!
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by Nelike Imagery » Tue Jul 26, 2011 2:11 pm

Ah i see, looking good for non HDR ones :) Updating www sounds familiar! :D Just never have time to do it myself either. But it should be done tho, that is what people are watching and it's your businesscard on the web. Check our website too, www.inelike.fi :) It's in finnish tho but google translate do fine with it :) Nice to see panoramas from hard working professionals :) Keep it up!

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Jesse

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by BrunoM » Wed Jul 27, 2011 11:53 am

Czesc Michaw!

Nice shots! As they are really nice, I would personnaly work on photoshop to erase tripod (or increase your logo size). Your work deserve to be achieved :-) I have some familly in Warsaw and they showed me the university garden( on the roof of the building) which is an amazing place. No western citizen would imagine such a beautiful place. As you're in the neighbourhood, don't hesitate to shoot the place :-)

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by mjaszo » Wed Jul 27, 2011 4:55 pm

Jesse - I've checked your www. And indeed ...it's in finnish :) Looks cool. I got errors in panoramas, though. Some chunks must be missing.
And check chromatic aberration. It's clearly visible on church's tower.
Bruno - Yeah, I know the place. Perfect for panos - that's for sure. Personally I don't like logos in the nadir. I will remove the tripods. Just don't know when. The panos with tripods are personal stuff and that's why I don't care THAT much about it :) Or maybe I'm just lazy and talking too much? Supposibly...
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by Nelike Imagery » Thu Jul 28, 2011 6:34 am

On which you had errors? About CA... i cannot see any because im colorblind :| Even if the spot is pointed at me, i can't see it and eventually cannot fix it because it's not there for me. I know how to fix it in photoshop (guides are great) but not helping. Is it disturbing having those?

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by mjaszo » Sat Jul 30, 2011 11:06 pm

Jesse - I haven't checked all of them. It happens when you zoom in. It needs another group of tiles and finds them missing. Maybe you forgot to copy some folders from your PC to the server? Check that - if wont't work let me know.
CA - in terms of enjoying the tour - not at all. In terms of having the best pano possible - very much! It's the same as with my tripods in nadir. You are able to discover the place but it's not PRO to have one in the pano. My guess is you are using pretty wide lens and CA is huge on borders. Ask someone to set up CA removal for you and then use the same solution next time. If possible - use narrower lens. Are you shooting in raws?

Name Badges, leo023 - thanks, m8s :) I'll upload more as soon as I find time. My next job is to set up a tour of 500 panos. Just setting up the tour, the shooting was done by them. Will keep u posted.
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