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04/23/2008 03:03:55 PM · #1
Hey guys I tried doing a panoramic this week to investigate Spherical Perspective, here is the result. Its a striaight platform with 18 images stitched together in CS3, with a small bump saturation and Unsharp mask.
Any feedback greatly welcomed!


Message edited by author 2008-04-23 15:05:17.
04/23/2008 03:05:04 PM · #2
Fixed link

Nice shot.
04/23/2008 03:21:34 PM · #3
That's awesome! Nice job!
04/24/2008 05:33:44 AM · #4
Thenks :) Anyone got any suggestions how it can be improved?
04/24/2008 05:37:00 AM · #5
Originally posted by Cupra:

Thenks :) Anyone got any suggestions how it can be improved?

I agree that it's a nice shot. I think I would have liked it better if the white and bricked line below stayed inside the photo. And a tadd more contrast may be nice as well.
04/24/2008 05:39:20 AM · #6
Thanks Camabs, the white line is in the original shot, but the way CS3 processed the photo it needed to be cropped out
04/24/2008 07:41:55 AM · #7
Nice shot!

How quickly did you have to take all the shots to get the light the same? And what lens was it?
04/24/2008 07:51:16 AM · #8
Thanks Rob, all in all it took about 90 seconds to rotate the camera vertically on the tripod and shoot the 18 images. I shot this 3 different times, the first one luckily the light stayed even, only in the 2nd and 3rd attempt the sun kept coming out and then fading away and showing a shadow of the tripod and myself on the platform. I used the kit 18 - 55mm Lens at 18mm. But i am getting the 17 - 40 F4L in a few days.
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