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1st Tour-Slocum Hall, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OH

by Blue Maple » Sat Mar 15, 2014 6:49 pm

Here it is, my first tour. Click here to see a tour of Slocum Hall Romanesque Arcade and Stained-glass Skylight, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio.

Thanks for looking!

Brian

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Re: 1st Tour-Slocum Hall, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware

by klausesser » Sat Mar 15, 2014 10:28 pm

Blue Maple wrote:Here it is, my first tour. Click here to see a tour of Slocum Hall Romanesque Arcade and Stained-glass Skylight, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio.

Thanks for looking!

Brian



Hery Brian!

Great location, nicely shot!

But loads very slowly! (32000 cable).

best, Klaus

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Re: 1st Tour-Slocum Hall, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware

by Destiny » Sun Mar 16, 2014 12:26 pm

Hi Brain.... Loads quickly for me in Australia, 4 to 5 seconds..

I like the tones and colours, very natural.. However, I think your NNP is a touch out.. Also, it would not take much to fix up your nadir footprints with floors like that, even without a nadir image...

I can provide some guidance on this if you want it...

Destiny...

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Re: 1st Tour-Slocum Hall, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware

by Blue Maple » Sun Mar 16, 2014 3:56 pm

Destiny wrote:I can provide some guidance on this if you want it...

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Sure, I'm open to suggestions!

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Re: 1st Tour-Slocum Hall, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware

by Destiny » Mon Mar 17, 2014 7:42 am

I need you to do a couple of things first..

Add your images into APG 3.5 and detect.. In the detected panel you will see a drop down icon to export the Papywizard..

Name that to what you want.. Now use the Papywizard plugin and use your xml and images... This will detect auto.. Stop that and make sure the colour correction is turned off.. Now detect.. and render to about 4000 at 96dpi.. so you can send me a smaller file.. Use this.. https://www.wetransfer.com/# and send to dps@westnet.com.au

I will first make sure I can fix your nadir using a macro.. I assume you have Photoshop...

Your nadir will tell me a lot about your NNP.. I might be able to tell you which way to move it to correct it...

If you do not understand the above, just send me the RAW images used in one pano....

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Re: 1st Tour-Slocum Hall, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware

by klausesser » Mon Mar 17, 2014 12:50 pm

Blue Maple wrote:
Destiny wrote:I can provide some guidance on this if you want it...

Destiny...


Sure, I'm open to suggestions!



Hey Brian!

Don´t care too much about the Nadir. If you want to get rid of your tripod-legs:
Drag your equirectangular image to the KRPano droplet "convert sphere to cube". You get 6 cubefaces. Take the "down" face and retouch the tripod legs as well as the Nadir hole by using the clone-tool in Photoshop of familiar app. That should take you no more than about five minutes in your case.
After having retouched the Nadir drag all teh six cubefaces in one to the droplet "convert cube to sphere" - you get your equirectangular image with Nadir.

I ´m going this way in almost all of my projects like this one: http://360impressions.de/WandelHalle/

best, Klaus

PS: having a license for APG you have a license for KRPano also.

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Re: 1st Tour-Slocum Hall, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware

by mediavets » Mon Mar 17, 2014 1:40 pm

klausesser wrote:
PS: having a license for APG you have a license for KRPano also.


No...if you have a license for Panotour Pro then you also have a license for krpano and krpano tools.

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Re: 1st Tour-Slocum Hall, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware

by Destiny » Mon Mar 17, 2014 2:28 pm

Brian, using the Clone tool in Photoshop is an option but its a really basic and amateurish option resulting in amateurish results.... There is much more expert way of doing things...

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