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Local Artist 360º

PostPosted: Tue Oct 27, 2015 12:30 am
by Diner21959
I created this quick and simple 360º for a local artist, Sophia Rapata...I must say, her work is very interesting to say the least! We plan on re-shooting the tour again...as the floor didn't come out so well!

http://aerialxpressions.com/sophia-rapata/

Re: Local Artist 360º

PostPosted: Tue Oct 27, 2015 10:59 am
by mediavets
Diner21959 wrote:I created this quick and simple 360º for a local artist, Sophia Rapata...I must say, her work is very interesting to say the least! We plan on re-shooting the tour again...as the floor didn't come out so well!

http://aerialxpressions.com/sophia-rapata/


I like panos showing people in context, like this one.

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Re: Local Artist 360º

PostPosted: Tue Oct 27, 2015 6:55 pm
by RoJa
I apologize for the bad English. The text has been translated by Google.
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Hi Diner,
Thank You invited us in your studio. The person who finds at different locations, making the panoramic personal. The idea with the pictures is great. I did that sometimes in a different context.
http://www.karl-voelker-initiative.de/s ... index.html
A significant criticism is there for the terrible Nadir. You can do much better. The Panorama lacks sharpness or to resolution. What technique did you use?
Greetings, Ronald

P.S. I looked at also your other panoramas on its homepage. It has struck me that the nadir with is always a problem. Your panoramas would gain in quality if they were equipped with a well-retouched Nadir. A higher resolution would also be beneficial.

If you take apart your Commercial Nadir, then you could fit a mirror ball. This happens very quickly and always looks very professional. However, a well-retouched Nadir is always better!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4w6ThR64tI
http://wiki.panotools.org/Adding_a_nadi ... or_ball%29

Re: Local Artist 360º

PostPosted: Wed Oct 28, 2015 4:16 am
by Diner21959
Thank you for the feed back and the resources....I'm still somewhat new at creating 360º and you are correct, I have a tough time with the nadir.

I'm currently using a Nikon D5300, Epic 100 GigaPan motorized head and a lot of luck! I have never been able to fill in the nadir completely due to the motorized head...as the camera will not move completely downward. I only shoot up to where the tripod legs begin to be in the picture. I'm not certain of the technique where I will be able to either fill in the nadir or eliminate it completely in post production!

I've been shooting at 18mm...my lens is capable of only 55mm, which I used today to shoot the national landmark historic Henry Ford Airport Hangar http://aerialxpressions.com/henry-ford- ... oundation/

I've been bracketing my shots...maybe it would be best not to do so?

Any and all help would be appreciated!

Thank you...Dave

Re: Local Artist 360º

PostPosted: Wed Oct 28, 2015 2:38 pm
by RoJa
I apologize for the bad English. The text has been translated by Google.
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Hello Dave,
I (Henry Ford Airport Hangar The National Historic Landmark) looked at your panorama. I want to give you some advice. Be careful when taking pictures, always ensure that you have your tripod with the picture. Then retouching does not fall so hard. I made a screenshot of your panorama and filled the black hole within 10 minutes.

This is of course even better. Especially the cracks on the left I have not worked. However, it should also be only an example.

At the beginning select the black area. Then (Photoshop) Edit> Fill> Content Aware Scale. Then copy and paste individual joints. Later the intricacies making using the tool "stamp". With a little practice it will come to be. Greetings, Ronald

Re: Local Artist 360º

PostPosted: Thu Oct 29, 2015 2:25 am
by Diner21959
Have a look now...I really appreciate your advice! I downloaded Photoshop and it was very easy to figure out! Now to get better resolution and clarity! Again, thanks so much!

http://aerialxpressions.com/henry-ford- ... oundation/

Re: Local Artist 360º

PostPosted: Thu Oct 29, 2015 7:29 am
by RoJa
Congratulations! I think it looks much, much better. I liked to help. Greetings, Ronald

Re: Local Artist 360º

PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2015 6:44 pm
by RoJa
Hello Dave,
please send me your e-mail address in a private message. I can not send you private messages on the forum. The simply remain in the Outbox folder and will not be sent. Obviously, I'm too stupid ...
Greetings, Ronald