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 Post subject: My first panorama
PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2013 12:00 am 
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Hello from Russia! Thanks for a wonderful software! Krpanо - learn to walk away from the standards. KOLOR - For the beginner - better no!

Look at my first 3D panorama, do not judge strictly!

Nikon D800 + 17-35 AF-S

http://www.hdrl.ru/files/360/2/build/virtualtour.html

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2013 12:59 am 
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Hello from Brooklyn! and very nice work!

Love the HDR work and all the bright colors! Also very good job on the Nadir patch and the stitching, i would use some customization for the navigation bar and that is it. Something cool like water droplets for icons or something :)

I am originally from Ukraine but live and work here in Brooklyn now!

Privet s New Yorka! ( hello from New York for all that doesn't speak Russian :)

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Hello from Australia.. :D Been to Russia.. Bigggggggg.. and COLD :lol:

Love your lens, Its on my list.. Its just like my 35mm 1:2D but on steroids.. :D I have the D800 but with the 14-24 lens which is awesome..
When we get to be rich I guess.. :rolleyes:

I would be careful calling them 3D though, it might spark a riot with some.. :rolleyes::rolleyes:

Strange since the Editor window in apg is called 3D... Anyway... keep calling it 3D, its ok with me... :D

Love your pano's although I was surprised at the sharpness and zoom level with this lens..

Destiny...

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2013 5:44 pm 
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Hello Brooklyn!

Hello Australia!

Thank you for your feedback. I will strive for excellence, as this gives continuous practice and knowledge. I try to photograph only using HDRi. But at the same time, I also want to learn to do panoramic coverage; HDRi photography will be impossible, and the lighting issue must be solved as well. On the 23rd, Schwarzenegger is arriving in Moscow. I already got my accreditation. I would like to make a panoramic photo of the press-conference, but I don't believe in success. Lighting is the problem again.
I tried the 14-24 lens, and I don't share the enthusiasm about it. It is a great reporting lens, but in reality it does not give as many lines as Zeiss or Ai-S lenses; additionally it has several drawbacks in design, which have to be compensated in the RAW-converter profile. While it's not critical for reporting photography, it is a problem for panoramic shooting. It requires monitoring the geometry of orthogonal lines; it is also too heavy.


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Variety wrote:
While it's not critical for reporting photography, it is a problem for panoramic shooting. It requires monitoring the geometry of orthogonal lines; it is also too heavy.

Right. We did some advertising jobs using it on a D3x. The weight isn´t a problem on a good head - great lens nevertheless - but i think it´s not optimal for pano-shooting.
So i prefer to use 20mm and 35mm primes as wideangles in addition to the fisheye.

best, Klaus



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PostPosted: Wed Jan 23, 2013 10:33 pm 
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My first virtual tour. 21 scene.

http://www.hdrl.ru/360/kva/virtualtour.html

Nikon D800 + 17-35mm f/2.8D ED-IF + 303SPH


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 8:24 pm 
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Studying krpano - attempt at writing - http://www.hdrl.ru/kalinA/tour.html


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It rocks! :) More from you please.

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Dear Destiny,
I read your post. It is very helpful for all. Thank you for your post. :)

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