visite d'une mosquée abandonnée à  Djerba  

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visite d'une mosquée abandonnée à  Djerba

by wlidha » Tue Aug 03, 2010 1:46 pm

FR:
Djerba est l'ile aux 300 mosquées, j'en présente uniquement une, pour le reste il faudra attendre :lol:
http://www.walid.belhajali.com/media/meghzalfinal/meghzal.swf
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A virtual tour of an abandoned mosque in Djerba the island of the 300 mosques.
http://www.walid.belhajali.com/media/meghzalfinal/meghzal.swf
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by UK Pano » Wed Aug 04, 2010 9:55 am

This is the beauty of our craft in although it is a simple tour, it allows me to see something that I am unlikely ever to do so personally. Tours do not have to be fantastically engineered or perfectly shot to allow the viewer to see something new each day.

Perhaps when you shoot next time, look to use the available shadows to help mask you and your tripod shadow as a suggestion.
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by wlidha » Wed Aug 04, 2010 10:25 am

UK Pano wrote:Perhaps when you shoot next time, look to use the available shadows to help mask you and your tripod shadow as a suggestion.

i wanted to do so, but the only shadow there was the shadow of the "minaret" (the vertical building) and i did not like the point of view from there. the minaret was too close to me and the area outside the mosque was not interesting to shoot.
is there an other technique to eliminate shadows on post-production?.

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by UK Pano » Wed Aug 04, 2010 11:19 am

Ah right, makes sense. I use the clone tool in PhotoShop to carefully mask out the shadows where they are present
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