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showed it before but i worked them over:

by klausesser » Thu Feb 04, 2010 6:19 pm

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by john_willetts » Thu Feb 04, 2010 7:17 pm

Very brave of you to post them.

Mini1 - foreground spectator faces - what went wrong? Not enough light I guess.

Wipper - nice colours, but the Nadir? Unforgivable. A bad example for Newbies.

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by klausesser » Thu Feb 04, 2010 9:51 pm

john_willetts wrote:Not enough light I guess.

You bet - an open-air cinema at night. How much light would you expect to have? :cool:
btw.: To avoid legal problems it´s better to have the people shown not clearly recognizable.

john_willetts wrote:Unforgivable. A bad example for Newbies.

Sorry - i forgot you might be looking . . . :lol:

best, Klaus
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by Rami » Fri Feb 05, 2010 11:07 am

Virtual tours in cars are always impressive, thanks for sharing.
Very nice colors for the 2nd pano.

BTW, you can now share your virtual tours in the Virtual Tours Gallery, so we'll move this thread to that forum.
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by Judy-A » Fri Feb 05, 2010 10:09 pm

Klaus,

I admire the car pano for technical prowess, both the car designer's and yours.

I love the Wipper pano for the Old World charm of the scene and the russet tones.

If you're going to patch the nadir to keep John from being such a grouch, could you please remove the two signs that jut into the sky? Then I could imagine that I'm standing on that beautiful spot several centuries in the past.

You have a lovely autumn pano, Wachtenburg, on the Panoguide site. It reminds me of an oil painting from the Romantic period. I'd love to see that displayed in the far superior krpano player.

PS: Rami, as neither of Klaus' panos contain hotspots and jumps to other panos, I don't understand why they've been moved to the Virtual Tour Gallery. Perhaps you could clarify, on the forum index page, what kinds of images and tours you want in each gallery.

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by klausesser » Fri Feb 05, 2010 11:44 pm

Judy-A wrote:Klaus,

I admire the car pano for technical prowess, both the car designer's and yours.

I love the Wipper pano for the Old World charm of the scene and the russet tones.

If you're going to patch the nadir to keep John from being such a grouch, could you please remove the two signs that jut into the sky? Then I could imagine that I'm standing on that beautiful spot several centuries in the past.

You have a lovely autumn pano, Wachtenburg, on the Panoguide site. It reminds me of an oil painting from the Romantic period. I'd love to see that displayed in the far superior krpano player.

PS: Rami, as neither of Klaus' panos contain hotspots and jumps to other panos, I don't understand why they've been moved to the Virtual Tour Gallery. Perhaps you could clarify, on the forum index page, what kinds of images and tours you want in each gallery.

Hi Judy - thanks for your kind word! I´ll work the Wipper-pano over and eliminate the Nadir and the signs for you :)

Good idea to make the "Burg" again for the KRPano-player.

best, Klaus
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by thierrydehove » Sat Mar 06, 2010 8:28 pm

The virtual tour of the mini is great...
May I ask you which panoramic head did you use ?

Thanks, Thierry

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by klausesser » Sat Mar 06, 2010 8:43 pm

thierrydehove wrote:The virtual tour of the mini is great...
May I ask you which panoramic head did you use ?

Thanks, Thierry

Hi Thierry!

For that shooting i used a manual Manfrotto SPH and a Nikon 10,5mm lens. The head/camera was mounted on a boom and was placed inside the car by holding it through the side-window. The camera rotated vertically. 6 shots one row + 1 Nadir and 1 Zenith. Zenith was the opposite side-window. After moving away the boom i shot the Nadir: the window the boom was placed.

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