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Berlin Dome and abandonned Hospital Corridor

by PanoFrank » Fri May 22, 2009 5:57 pm

Hello,

these are two of my first projects I finished using AutoPano Pro 2.0. I´ve been using another stitching software for a while which delivered very good results when doing
single-row panos but I never was satisfied with multi-row panos. So I tried AutoPano 64 Bit two weeks ago and bought it the same evening...

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interactive version here: http://www.grages.net/panoramen/pano01.htm

The german text above the image explains how to use the panoramic viewer. The text under the image is a short explanation about the size of the image, pictures taken etc.

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interactive version here: http://www.grages.net/panoramen/pano08.htm

This is a panorama of an abandonned hospital, which was bulit in the early 1920ies as a lung sanatorium. After WWII it was the biggest russian military hospital outside the
USSR. Now it´s almost complete ruins.

Hope you like these panos.

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by mediavets » Fri May 22, 2009 11:28 pm

PanoFrank wrote:Hope you like these panos.

Welcome to the forum.

Your panos are excellent - I particularly like the abandoned hospital pano.
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by PanoFrank » Sat May 30, 2009 10:10 am

Thank you. I will do some more panos of the hospital in future. I just have do ask the owner for permission to access the area again and hope he will open some of the closed and locked buildings for me.

-Frank
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by fma38 » Sat May 30, 2009 10:25 am

I also like very much the second one. Looks like the Kingdom Hospital basement ;)
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by tived » Sat May 30, 2009 2:47 pm

Very cool, the old hospital! Keep em coming


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by mountaintb » Sun May 31, 2009 9:10 am

I absolutly love all your work, excellent...

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by UK Pano » Mon Jun 01, 2009 12:55 pm

As the others have all said, fantastic work PanoFrank and like the vibrancy and detail of the first image posted in your thread. HDR I'm assuming?

Your website is great as well and really like your portfolio of night shots from Berlin :)
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by PanoFrank » Thu Jun 04, 2009 8:21 pm

Thanks to all!

UK Pano:
Yes, the two panos shown above are HDR Panos. In the dome, I tried to keep the tonemapping as subtle as possible to keep a "natural" look.

I think it´s time for some more panos.

First is the butchery/boucherie/charcouterie of the abandonned hospital which shows some of the old machines. This house even has an old steam engine
in the basement. Under the ceiling you can see tre transmission line (belts missing).
HDR Pano made of 225 images (3 rows x 15 photos x 5 exposures)

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The interactive pano is here: http://www.grages.net/panoramen/pano10.htm

Pano number two is the staircase of one of the hospital buildings. This pano is made of 45 photos (single exposure - no HDR)
sorry for the over-exposure in the part with the windows. I had no time for HDR at this location.

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The interactive pano is here: http://www.grages.net/panoramen/pano13.htm

You might also want to try these two:

another corridor: http://www.grages.net/panoramen/pano11.htm
a really wet cellar: http://www.grages.net/panoramen/pano12.htm

Enjoy!
-Frank

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by taf » Mon Jun 15, 2009 9:29 am

great 360° !!!
Look. There's a rhythmic ceremonial ritual coming up !

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by PortugalPano » Fri Jun 19, 2009 2:57 pm

Fantastic panos!

one thing though, I would suggest a slightly narrower FOV in the interactive tours to reduce distortion.

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by tom.hoover » Fri Jun 19, 2009 4:25 pm

Spectacular!

Old buildings make such great subjects. It's fascinating watching the decay.

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by JX » Fri Jun 19, 2009 5:36 pm

I like a lot the last one ! I must admit I am not too keen about HDR generally.


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