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  • #31
    Originally posted by Bill Bailey View Post
    It's good to see you pushing your limits with panoramas telling more of a story (don't be afraid to smile). Some of the areas you shooting require fast workflow or you'll get hit by chairs swinging around.
    in fact I stop the chairlift when I shot :D I get the wireless remote of it

    Originally posted by Bill Bailey View Post
    And not sure if you noticed but this thread is receiving a lot of attention
    Thanks didn't notice that in fact :) so it looks I should continue to shoot more will try with new M1 soon

    Originally posted by hindenhaag View Post
    Think it is time to get you into nikon pro group in france and you should try to publish your work in the Nikon pro magazine as an article of france about panorama photography, D3 14-24mm/f2.8 Might be you could talk about this theme in one of the regional meetings if they are there in France and you would like to do something like this.
    Thanks for suggestion and appreciation of my work For NPS, already tried in past but you have to own 2 "pro" body and I have D3 and D90 (that last one is not considered as pro body !) unless I have bunchs of lenses, it's not accepted


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    • #32
      Just let us check the basics.

      Regards,
      Heinz

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      • #33
        Pano shot during lunch time at top of Dome



        As usual flash interactive version on that link: http://www.skivr.com/?p=929

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        • #34
          The only favorite point to this brilliant Pano is this: because the Netherlands are a flat country: I can see on monday that you try to meet me on friday walking or taking a bicycle.

          Brilliant, without any question, people who are around this area should try to enjoy it!

          Thx for sharing,
          Heinz

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          • #35
            New pano wtih paragliders going down on the mountain:

            Départ des parapentistes sur la piste de Coulemelle by Vincèn PUJOL - SkiVR, on Flickr

            Flash interactive version on that link: http://www.skivr.com/?p=931

            I'm not so happy with that one (the ghost under the front guy is a little weird

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            • #36
              New one done in a quiet place at lunch :)

              Sous le Dôme aux 7 Laux by Vincèn PUJOL - SkiVR, on Flickr
              Flash interactive version on that link: http://www.skivr.com/?p=935

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              • #37
                Panorama shot during snow dog masters training (put your loudspeakers on as there is sound Still working on an issue I have on most of my panoramas at zenith (sort of spiral

                Maitres Chiens en exercice by Vincèn PUJOL - SkiVR, on Flickr
                Flash interactive version on that link: http://www.skivr.com/?p=939

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                • #38
                  So here is final version of that chairlift arrival of Pincerie :) I added few control points in PTGui to prevent few errors on metal parts, looks like PTGui was confused by all these metal stuffs

                  It would have needed definitively HDR shots but was too rush for shot (enjoyed a breakdown stop due to hydraulic failure in down station) so was not sure to be able to have enought time to shoot whole panorama before restart of installation !

                  Vincèn


                  Arrivée de Pincerie aux 7 Laux by Vincèn PUJOL - SkiVR, on Flickr
                  Flash interactive version on that link: http://www.skivr.com/?p=942
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                  • #39
                    One of the last panos shot that winter that I had not yet stitched ;)

                    Arrivée de l'Oursière by Vincèn PUJOL - SkiVR, on Flickr
                    Flash interactive version on that link: http://www.skivr.com/?p=944

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                    • #40
                      Hi Vincen,

                      think my mail to you got stuck anywhere. Why do you think you should have added HDRI to Arrive de Pincerie?

                      Think it is ok?.

                      http://homepage.mac.com/hindenhaag/f...tonemapped.tif

                      Thought you would allow me to try it?

                      I copied the pic from the web, imported in to PS, converted it into 16 bit tiff. Imported to PhotomatixPro. Tonemapped, to get a HDRI out of one shot. Just let it go through, and I was really amazed about the result.

                      Those who are interested use the "help" button in Photomatix. Three ways to do it. One way is to convert it 16bit tiff. I never tried this function before, but it is not bad is it?

                      Cheers, don't kill me I took your picture to try it.

                      Heinz

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by hindenhaag View Post
                        think my mail to you got stuck anywhere. Why do you think you should have added HDRI to Arrive de Pincerie?
                        Hum found back email in spam I was thinking about HDRI on that pano as part of the chairlift's driver home is really dark

                        Originally posted by hindenhaag View Post
                        don't worry no problem at all :)

                        Originally posted by hindenhaag View Post
                        Thought you would allow me to try it?


                        Originally posted by hindenhaag View Post
                        I copied the pic from the web, imported in to PS, converted it into 16 bit tiff. Imported to PhotomatixPro. Tonemapped, to get a HDRI out of one shot. Just let it go through, and I was really amazed about the result.
                        Those who are interested use the "help" button in Photomatix. Three ways to do it. One way is to convert it 16bit tiff. I never tried this function before, but it is not bad is it?
                        Definitively, result is pretty amazing :) I just tried with the original 16 bitt of whole panorama but it looks file is too big for Photomatix. I'll try on individual pictures to check more in details results it can get. Thanks for the try, I appreciate it :)

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                        • #42
                          So now here is virtual tour built with all these panoramas, still few more panos to add (ski lift one at least ;), everything shot with NN5 R-D16 and D3 + 14/24

                          http://visites.skivr.com/visites/7_Laux/temp/index.html

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                          • #43
                            Hi Vincen,

                            Really a great job. Hope you do not stop with your shop in case you get 2% of the money spent by every new tourist coming to this region because of your wonderful demonstration.

                            21 different viewpoints. Vive La Fran.... ups Vincen!!

                            My problem, I am sitting on an Imac 2.16 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo. We have DSL connection.

                            Loading time is long. Starts turning before it is fully loaded. Moves in segments, not smoothly. Some start moving smoothly, then do harder stops and go on smoothly, stopping again. May be it is my computer.
                            I'll try it at home again with Mac Pro. Just to let you know.

                            I suppose you took the Gigapixel with 70-200? Might be worth to mention it.

                            Do we see this work in the Nikon Pro Magazine as an article from France??

                            Thx for sharing, a lot of work my friend. And I add I think a lot of Blood, Sweat and Tears to get it all on the mountain at the right time at several different days, days with long walks cause the lift was not working. And we know you have been there on extra days, you shot a pano but weather conditions have not been that nice. Now you must be very fit!

                            The last days there has been a discussion about lens flare of 14-24 concerning the big huge front element. I like it in most of the panos. There is one?.. where it is very obvious and sharp. What do you think of photoshopping?

                            Cheers,
                            Heinz
                            Last edited by hindenhaag; 05-11-2011, 07:32 AM.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by hindenhaag View Post
                              Really a great job. Hope you do not stop with your shop in case you get 2% of the money spent by every new tourist coming to this region because of your wonderful demonstration.
                              would be a good idea the 2%

                              Originally posted by hindenhaag View Post
                              21 different viewpoints. Vive La Fran.... ups Vincen!!
                              and few more ones still in the pipe

                              Originally posted by hindenhaag View Post
                              My problem, I am sitting on an Imac 2.16 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo. We have DSL connection.
                              Loading time is long. Starts turning before it is fully loaded. Moves in segments, not smoothly. Some start moving smoothly, then do harder stops and go on smoothly, stopping again. May be it is my computer.
                              Perhaps it would be better that I remove auto-rotation at begin so it would load faster

                              Originally posted by hindenhaag View Post
                              I suppose you took the Gigapixel with 70-200? Might be worth to mention it.
                              Right it was the one shot with 70-200 + doubler (350mm equivalent !)

                              Originally posted by hindenhaag View Post
                              Do we see this work in the Nikon Pro Magazine as an article from France??
                              Hum, as soon as I receive a copy of Nikon Pro Magazine, I'll submit idea

                              Originally posted by hindenhaag View Post
                              Thx for sharing, a lot of work my friend. And I add I think a lot of Blood, Sweat and Tears to get it all on the mountain at the right time at several different days, days with long walks cause the lift was not working. And we know you have been there on extra days, you shot a pano but weather conditions have not been that nice. Now you must be very fit!
                              Well at least a lot of of time spent on border of slopes installing my tripod and all stuffs and few times a little afraid not to be hit by a skier For fit question, I think I should shot panos day and night all year long

                              Originally posted by hindenhaag View Post
                              The last days there has been a discussion about lens flare of 14-24 concerning the big huge front element. I like it in most of the panos. There is one?.. where it is very obvious and sharp. What do you think of photoshopping?
                              Well most of time I don't remove it from panos as I like the effect in fact ;) but it's pretty easy to remove in panos as it generally doesn't appear same way on two next shots so you can use priority in PTGui and it helps a lot :)

                              Cheers,

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