5 panos from Valley Cemetery in Manchester, NH  

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5 panos from Valley Cemetery in Manchester, NH

by spyboy » Fri Apr 04, 2008 6:16 pm

Here are 5 panos I took at Valley Cemetery in downtown Manchester, New Hampshire.

I did a quick stitch, didn't go back to adjust any points, just wanted to mess around with my new equipment since it was a nice day.

enjoy.

http://kmembrydesign.com/valley.html

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by mrking » Fri Apr 04, 2008 8:17 pm

Very nice!

For a novice could you please tell me what software you use to put together the rotatable VR file?

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by spyboy » Sat Apr 05, 2008 3:44 am

After outputting from APP, I dropped the .jpg onto Pano2VR (www.pano2vr.com) which can convert image into a quicktime vr or flash panoramic file.

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by Tony H » Sat Apr 05, 2008 3:04 pm

Hi!

I am not a specialist but I think it would be very nice to work you nadir!

What I do is not very perfect but I think it's a little better if you choose not to have the nadir completly

Look here if you want: http://www.mouvart.com/fichiers/fiches/qtvr/Pano_1_Mouv_Art.mov

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by GURL » Sun Apr 06, 2008 10:51 am

Tony H wrote:I am not a specialist but I think it would be very nice to work you nadir!

;) IMHO we should learn to enjoy spherical panos where nadir and/or zenith is not included.

:P A large part of the most famous photographs in museums and collections include some technical imperfections, that this helps to rise their cotation is not to be excluded ...
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by mediavets » Sun Apr 06, 2008 1:00 pm

GURL wrote:
Tony H wrote:I am not a specialist but I think it would be very nice to work you nadir!

;) IMHO we should learn to enjoy spherical panos where nadir and/or zenith is not included.

:P A large part of the most famous photographs in museums and collections include some technical imperfections, that this helps to rise their cotation is not to be excluded ...

I agree, there is something false about masking out the camera support. It's a 'clever trick' but no more than that. Dunno about you but when I look down I can see my feet, perhaps others' visual cortex masks them out?

In any case there's seldom much of interest/note at either zenith or nadir in outdoor panos.
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by DrSlony » Sun Apr 06, 2008 5:12 pm

Each to his own.

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by Tony H » Sun Apr 06, 2008 7:45 pm

Ok, sorry...I didn'd know you where artists!:)
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