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Pacific Rim National Park, Vancouver Island, Canada

by Judy-A » Wed Oct 03, 2012 5:52 am

Here’s a new Flash tour of sixteen ocean, beach and rainforests landscapes.

http://www.judyarndt.ca/pacific2012/pacific_rim.html

I used APG 3 beta 2 to stitch the panoramas. I love the new mask markers. Just a click of the marker and my worst lens flares are gone forever. This is great for shooting in the sun with a fisheye lens.

The new quick preview mode and grid toggles are great improvements, too.

Judy Arndt
http://www.judyarndt.ca/

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by Destiny » Wed Oct 03, 2012 6:42 am

Hi.. Is there a reason you used Pano2VR for the Tour...? I notice a nice transparent navigation on the right..

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by klausesser » Wed Oct 03, 2012 12:39 pm

Judy-A wrote:Here’s a new Flash tour of sixteen ocean, beach and rainforests landscapes.

Hey Judy!

Beautiful landscapes indeed, well-made panorama-photography!

best, Klaus
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by Judy-A » Wed Oct 03, 2012 6:13 pm

Destiny wrote:Hi.. Is there a reason you used Pano2VR for the Tour...? I notice a nice transparent navigation on the right..

Hi Destiny,

I started using P2VR several years ago and have enjoyed using it’s skin editor. At that time Panotour customization required editing xml files.

I haven’t tried the latest version Panotour Pro. Perhaps it’s now just as easy to build interactive navigation. Hotspot navigation is fine for real estate, resorts, etc., where you want the viewer to move through a maze of positions. On landscape panoramas, to my eye at least, hotspots are blemishes that spoil the view.

Judy

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by Judy-A » Wed Oct 03, 2012 6:15 pm

klausesser wrote:Beautiful landscapes indeed, well-made panorama-photography!

Thank you Klaus. I’ve admired your work for a long time, so I’m honoured to receive a compliment from you.

Judy

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by klausesser » Wed Oct 03, 2012 6:53 pm

Judy-A wrote:
klausesser wrote:Beautiful landscapes indeed, well-made panorama-photography!

Thank you Klaus. I’ve admired your work for a long time, so I’m honoured to receive a compliment from you.

Judy

Hey Judy!

You´re welcome ;)

Regarding the hotspots in landscape-panos: i fully agree!

best, Klaus
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by Destiny » Wed Oct 03, 2012 10:26 pm

Hi Judy.. Yes, I understand that.. We, or at the very least.. ME..:D is holding our in hopeful anticipation that ptp V2 has better options for creating Nav Skins and more, I am sure it will..

As I chatted to you a year or two ago and told you, via email, your photography continues to inspire... I love HDR trees and old logs..

Destiny..

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Destiny wrote:Hi.. Is there a reason you used Pano2VR for the Tour...? I notice a nice transparent navigation on the right..

Hi Destiny,

I started using P2VR several years ago and have enjoyed using it’s skin editor. At that time Panotour customization required editing xml files.

I haven’t tried the latest version Panotour Pro. Perhaps it’s now just as easy to build interactive navigation. Hotspot navigation is fine for real estate, resorts, etc., where you want the viewer to move through a maze of positions. On landscape panoramas, to my eye at least, hotspots are blemishes that spoil the view.

Judy
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by angutir » Thu Oct 04, 2012 9:17 am

Good work here, for my bookmark!

Thank you
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by beetwo77 » Thu Oct 04, 2012 11:50 pm

Great work. That is a nice collection you have on your site. Thanks for sharing.

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by Judy-A » Fri Oct 05, 2012 3:28 am

Thanks so much for the kind comments, everyone, and thanks for taking a look.

Judy

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by echojones » Thu Oct 18, 2012 9:33 am

Very cool landscape! and nice shot as well..love it!


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