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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2013 1:20 pm 
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This is online exhibition from 2011, consisting of 3 rooms using Panotour Pro v1.8. It's the fist and only tour I've made to date but really enjoyed the process. The project was set in an abandoned World War II watchtower in the north of Scotland and proved to be the perfect setting despite the high winds that blew rubble across the floor resulting in a lot of retouching. Each panorama was stitched together using over 250 shots on a 17 - 80 Nikkor lens. Heres the link: http://stevemore.net/interface/build/virtualtour.html


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2013 4:25 pm 
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Very interesting!


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Thanks Aaron. I hope to use this technology again in the future... but finances and new projects dictate so right now I have to sell my panohead - A Nodal Ninja 5. Anybody know of good places to sell this kind of thing online?
Thanks in advance for any help

Cheers, Steve


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eBay has been the only place I've successfully sold photo gear, and unless it's a well known piece of hardware it won't sell well. A Nodal Ninja is pretty well known though.


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Thanks again Aaron. I had a look around for more specialised sites to sell gear but went with ebay in the end!


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