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My biggest pano - 462 images

by gpfoto » Sat Feb 14, 2009 10:51 pm

I've just done my biggest pano. It's a 462 images! of La Cerdanya view from over Queixans (Girona, SPAIN).

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If you want to see it in bigger size you can go here: http://www2.meteoqueixans.com/web/panoramicas/Cerdanya/20090118-Cerdanya03

And you can see more panoramas here: http://www2.meteoqueixans.com/web/panoramicas/


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by fma38 » Sat Feb 14, 2009 11:06 pm

Very nice!
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by Tim.Lewis » Sun Feb 15, 2009 1:25 am

Hola Guillermo

Very nice panorama.

Cheers

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by fma38 » Sun Feb 15, 2009 9:27 am

How long did it take to shoot it? What material did you use?
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by gpfoto » Sun Feb 15, 2009 6:15 pm

fma38 wrote:How long did it take to shoot it? What material did you use?

Hi,

It was take with my EOS 40D + 70-200 IS USM 2.4 + Nodal Ninja 5 + Benro tripod + wireless shutter.
All images was take in 27 minutes, RAW and all setting manual.
Pre-procesed and converted to JPG. And then with AutoPano Pro 64bits under Windows XP 64 bits. Aprox. 20h processing!
(I tried with XP 32 bits and APP 32 bits on the same computer but I was unable to do it, then I changed to 64b).

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by Paul » Sun Feb 15, 2009 6:50 pm

how the hell you manage to shoot every 3.5 seconds manually 460+ pics in total

it must look like a timelapse movie ... ;)
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by mountaintb » Sun Feb 15, 2009 10:11 pm

Nice, but what is the point, the guinness book of records ???

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by gpfoto » Sun Feb 15, 2009 11:13 pm

Paul wrote:how the hell you manage to shoot every 3.5 seconds manually 460+ pics in total

it must look like a timelapse movie ... ;)

I only look trough the viewer when changing row. The guide is the degree scale on the panohead.


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by gpfoto » Sun Feb 15, 2009 11:22 pm

mountaintb wrote:Nice, but what is the point, the guinness book of records ???

That sounds nice, but it's not what I'm looking for with this panos. The only thing I'm trying is to make a big panorama you can zoom in and in you can see all the small details (like with zoomify, as I have on my gallery).

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by pns » Mon Feb 16, 2009 1:26 am

nice image, imho.
i don't get the somewhat aggressive tone. the op sounded proud, but not overly so, and certainly made no claims of records (not that he would, 1.4gp wouldn't be enough for that...).
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mountaintb wrote:Nice, but what is the point, the guinness book of records ???

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by mediavets » Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:43 pm

gpfoto wrote:
fma38 wrote:How long did it take to shoot it? What material did you use?

Hi,

It was take with my EOS 40D + 70-200 IS USM 2.4 + Nodal Ninja 5 + Benro tripod + wireless shutter.
All images was take in 27 minutes, RAW and all setting manual.
Pre-procesed and converted to JPG. And then with AutoPano Pro 64bits under Windows XP 64 bits. Aprox. 20h processing!
(I tried with XP 32 bits and APP 32 bits on the same computer but I was unable to do it, then I changed to 64b).

Guillermo

Guillermo,

Great pano. I think I spotted a solar power station?

At what focal length did you shoot this pano? What manual settings did you use?

Did you have many problems placing 'orphaned' images when stitching?

I'm sure you have read about it on the forum - but if not you may be intersted in the Merlin/Papywizard low cost robotic pano head - it make shooting this sort of pano very much easier:
http://www.autopano.net/wiki/action/view/Orion_TeleTrack_altazimuth_tracking_mount
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by gpfoto » Tue Feb 17, 2009 4:27 pm

mediavets wrote:Guillermo,

Great pano. I think I spotted a solar power station?

At what focal length did you shoot this pano? What manual settings did you use?

Did you have many problems placing 'orphaned' images when stitching?

I'm sure you have read about it on the forum - but if not you may be intersted in the Merlin/Papywizard low cost robotic pano head - it make shooting this sort of pano very much easier:
http://www.autopano.net/wiki/action/view/Orion_TeleTrack_altazimuth_tracking_mount

Hi,

Yes! there is a solar power station, is near Font-Romeu (France).
Focal lenght was 190mm and with F/9 - 1/250sec. ISO 100.

I have already read about the Merlin/Papywizard, but I'm waiting for an automatic panohead that comes in a pack all together. As I know so far, with Merlin/Papywizard is like a kit that you need to join together...
I'll re-read and look if I can get all the parts needed.

Thank you

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by mediavets » Tue Feb 17, 2009 4:35 pm

gpfoto wrote:I have already read about the Merlin/Papywizard, but I'm waiting for an automatic panohead that comes in a pack all together. As I know so far, with Merlin/Papywizard is like a kit that you need to join together...
I'll re-read and look if I can get all the parts needed.

Thank you

It is now very simple to assemble a system, especially with the Telskop-Austria Bluetooth-TLL adapter which is plug-n-play.

And there are many of us available to offer help should you need it.

I hope you decide to put a system together.
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