World's first stitched panorama of vortex star trails!  

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Re: World's first stitched panorama of vortex star trails!

by st3ph » Thu May 28, 2015 11:54 am

hypnotizing !

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Great Job

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by Lattia » Thu Aug 20, 2015 11:04 am


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Re: World's first stitched panorama of vortex star trails!

by aaronpriest » Wed Sep 02, 2015 8:13 pm

anykill wrote:That one with trail effect its same as the other without effect, you forgot to put the effect on the reflex in the water, just aply same effect or copy the sky to fix this issue then will almost be perfect!


It wasn't an oversite. I only shot the upper hemisphere to capture the star trails. I couldn't shoot the whole sphere fast enough without massive gaps in the trails, so there is nothing to apply to the long exposure of the water. I could fake it of course, but the whole point of this exercise was to legitimately shoot it. :-)

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Re: World's first stitched panorama of vortex star trails!

by aaronpriest » Wed Sep 02, 2015 8:27 pm

Mirko wrote:Oh, your tour is amazing!! Great job man!
I can also see it in my old Android 4.0
Please, can you tell me the parameters used in Panotour and the resolution of your panoramas?
In particular for the first one, the starry sky, that run better than others in my Android.
thanks


Most of these are the same resolution, shot at either 14mm or 24mm with a resulting resolution of ~55MP to 156MP. There are a couple at 50mm to 70mm that are over a gigapixel. The speed is probably due to the hosting on a VPS or virtual private server and I used JPEGMini Pro on all the exported tiles from PanoTour Pro before uploading.

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