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Christian Stüben
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narrow places

by Christian Stüben » Thu Feb 06, 2014 7:53 am

Hi all,
i have done some testshootings at very narrow places. Image quality is, ahem, let me say, medium. Nadir must be "fillled in contextual". But as "proof of concept" the job is done.

I am searching for some more example scenarios, on my wishlist i already have aquarium, small animal cages, dollhouse, architectural models. Do you have some more ideas? Please let me know.

Or do you know about narrow places other panofotografers have done?

And here are the examples i have done:
http://www.wackel3d.de/gigapanos/previe ... eview.html

greetings from germany
Chris

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by eric_5dmk2 » Sun Feb 09, 2014 11:27 am

very good job Chris!

what kind of equipment do you use?

eric

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Re: narrow places

by Destiny » Sun Feb 09, 2014 11:48 am

Hi Chris.. In 1999, as young girl in my final year of school, I saw this.. This is the VR pano that inspired me so much.. I was truly fascinated by it.. So much so, a year later when I left school I was in Australia and enrolled into a Diploma of Multimedia.. Looking at the date, it was actually made in 1995.. I still love it..

http://www.destinyvirtualtours.com/island/Island.html

Perhaps you could do a flower garden... with bugs. hehe..

Destiny..

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by Christian Stüben » Sun Feb 09, 2014 4:42 pm

Destiny wrote:Perhaps you could do a flower garden... with bugs. hehe..


A flower garden will take some time, winter is slowly going, spring/summer are coming but not end-of-week ;-) I put it on the to-do-list for later this year.

But there are already some more projects like small animal cages, the interior of a BBQ has been added recently. Hmm, BBQ with burning coal? Hmm, better i dont try this. The panos should not look like Dali´s clocks ;-)

When there are examples with better exposure, less noise, better underwater, of course i will show them.

Gretings from germany
Chris


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