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    I went to a ski jump competition over the weekend, and the event organizes let me climb the jump tower to shoot a pano at the starting point.

    I then shot one under the ramp so show the size of it.

    The third pano is from the side of the landing area, as a progression showing a jumper coming in for a landing

    http://www.mosscreekmedia.com/?tag=/brattleboro

    Kirk

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    Kirk
    Moss Creek Media
    www.MossCreekMedia.com

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    Re: 3 Panos from a Ski Jump competition

    Hi Kirk,

    Really nice panos from you again... Could you tell us which equipments did you use for those shots..?

    Thanks,
    Serhan

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    • #3
      Re: 3 Panos from a Ski Jump competition

      The top of the jump and the underside of the jump were with my 5D Mk II.

      The side shot with the multiple shots of the jumper were with my 40D (because it can burst at 6.5fps for 10 seconds)

      Lens was a 8mm Sigma fisheye, and all was mounted on a NN5.
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      Kirk
      Moss Creek Media
      www.MossCreekMedia.com

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      • #4
        Re: 3 Panos from a Ski Jump competition

        Hi Kirk,

        Thanks for information...

        Serhan

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        • #5
          Re: 3 Panos from a Ski Jump competition

          Kirk,

          Great job. I love the compositing of the jumper sequence with the 360 degree panoramic.

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          • #6
            Re: 3 Panos from a Ski Jump competition

            How the hell do you compose that jumper into the VR, I'm really new to Panoramic photography and don't have my own software yet but but I'm a graphic designer and I just cant work out how its all stitched together without a heap of work done in photoshop first?

            Can any one explain how these are done?

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            • #7
              Re: 3 Panos from a Ski Jump competition

              It was a bunch of photoshop masking, took me a while.


              Originally posted by syzmix View Post
              How the hell do you compose that jumper into the VR, I'm really new to Panoramic photography and don't have my own software yet but but I'm a graphic designer and I just cant work out how its all stitched together without a heap of work done in photoshop first?

              Can any one explain how these are done?
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              Kirk
              Moss Creek Media
              www.MossCreekMedia.com

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              • #8
                Re: 3 Panos from a Ski Jump competition

                Kirk,

                These are so cool. I love the shot with the ski jumper.

                Keep up the great work.

                Steve

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                • #9
                  Re: 3 Panos from a Ski Jump competition

                  Kirk, this is awesome..

                  lookin forward to see more of your panos..

                  Cheers,
                  Riefa
                  Cheers,
                  Riefa Istamar
                  www.idVR360.com

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                  • #10
                    Re: 3 Panos from a Ski Jump competition

                    Originally posted by spyboy View Post
                    I went to a ski jump competition over the weekend, and the event organizes let me climb the jump tower to shoot a pano at the starting point.

                    I then shot one under the ramp so show the size of it.

                    The third pano is from the side of the landing area, as a progression showing a jumper coming in for a landing

                    http://www.mosscreekmedia.com/?tag=/brattleboro

                    Kirk


                    Hi Kirk,

                    Excellent action panos!

                    Nick
                    Fanotec
                    We listen. We try harder.

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