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  1. Vincent Montibus Panoramas Gallery

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    Hi Guys !

    Thanks to Nodal Ninja and your impressive work on the camera settings, I able to present you some of my works.

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/vincemoblog/4219287475/" title="The Castle of Chambord de Vincent Montibus On & Off, sur Flickr"><img src="http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2683/...36ed67e9b.jpg" width="500" height="214" alt="The Castle of Chambord" /></a>
    3 RAWs with Nikon D3 and 24-70mm lense @ 50mm

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/vincemoblog/4223114544/" title="The illuminations of the Castle of Chambord de Vincent Montibus On & Off, sur Flickr"><img src="http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4060/...81fd6d276.jpg" width="500" height="333" alt="The illuminations of the Castle of Chambord" /></a>
    3 RAWs with Nikon D3 and 24-70mm lense @ 50mm

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/vincemoblog/4225230522/" title="Under the Porch Tour of the Abbey of Fleury at Saint Beno?Æt sur Loire Equirectangular 360¬? de Vincent Montibus On & Off, sur Flickr"><img src="http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4048/...158ef9d86.jpg" width="500" height="250" alt="Under the Porch Tour of the Abbey of Fleury at Saint Beno?Æt sur Loire Equirectangular 360¬?" /></a>
    90 RAWs (HDR) with Nikon D3 and 16mm fisheye lense

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/vincemoblog/4225267178/" title="Under the Porch Tour of the Abbey of Fleury at Saint Beno?Æt sur Loire Stereographic 360¬? de Vincent Montibus On & Off, sur Flickr"><img src="http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4065/...b495cddfc.jpg" width="500" height="500" alt="Under the Porch Tour of the Abbey of Fleury at Saint Beno?Æt sur Loire Stereographic 360¬?" /></a>
    90 RAWs (HDR) with Nikon D3 and 16mm fisheye lense (stereographic projection)
  2. Re: Vincent Montibus Panoramas Gallery

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    Sorry for the mistake :

    Hi Guys !

    Thanks to Nodal Ninja and your impressive work on the camera settings, I able to present you some of my works.


    3 RAWs with Nikon D3 and 24-70mm lense @ 50mm


    3 RAWs with Nikon D3 and 24-70mm lense @ 50mm


    90 RAWs (HDR) with Nikon D3 and 16mm fisheye lense


    90 RAWs (HDR) with Nikon D3 and 16mm fisheye lense (stereographic projection)
  3. Re: Vincent Montibus Panoramas Gallery

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    Thanks for sharing. They look nice.

    Happy New Year.

    nick



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  4. Re: Vincent Montibus Panoramas Gallery

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    Thanks Nick !

    Happy New Year to you too !


    Here is another one

    10 RAWs with Nikon D3 and 24-70mm lense @ 70mm
  5. Re: Vincent Montibus Panoramas Gallery

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    Some more


    90 RAWs (HDR) with Nikon D3 and 16mm fisheye lense


    90 RAWs (HDR) with Nikon D3 and 16mm fisheye lense (stereographic projection)
  6. Re: Vincent Montibus Panoramas Gallery

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    Hi Vincent,

    thanks for sharing the nice job. What workflow do you use? Stich and blend and then step over to photomatix pro?

    Heinz

  7. Re: Vincent Montibus Panoramas Gallery

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    Quote Originally Posted by hindenhaag View Post
    Hi Vincent,

    thanks for sharing the nice job. What workflow do you use? Stich and blend and then step over to photomatix pro?

    Heinz

    Thanks for your comment. Here is my workflow.

    Shot in RAW
    Reduce CA in Adobe Lightroom
    Export as TIFF 16 bits
    HDR in Photomatix Pro
    Tripod footprint reduction in Photoshop using 2 Nadir shots
    Stitching in Hugin (applying a 90¬? to get a kind of 8 equirectangular shot)
    Tripod total removal in Photoshop with the last Nadir shot
    back in Hugin to apply the opposite 90¬? transformation to get the "classic" equirectangular shot
    and to finish some basic Photoshop stuffs (S-Curve, Highpass filtering...).

    Hope this will help.
  8. Re: Vincent Montibus Panoramas Gallery

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    Very creative and well done - the Nikon D3 makes the images come to life in the right hands :-)
    Appreciate the added info on your workflow as well.
    Bill
  9. Re: Vincent Montibus Panoramas Gallery

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Bailey View Post
    Very creative and well done - the Nikon D3 makes the images come to life in the right hands :-)
    Appreciate the added info on your workflow as well.
    Bill
    Many thanks for your message Bill !
  10. Re: Vincent Montibus Panoramas Gallery

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    Quote Originally Posted by VincentM View Post
    Reduce CA in Adobe Lightroom
    Courious if you really get a lot of CA with that lens?
    Bill]
  11. Re: Vincent Montibus Panoramas Gallery

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Bailey View Post
    Courious if you really get a lot of CA with that lens?
    Bill]
    When there is a high contrast transition, yes there is quite a lot (well I think so )

    Here is a 100% crop of one of the 360¬? equirectangular

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    Hi Vincent,

    Thx a lot for the answer. Till now i was working with 16mm/F2.8, 14-24mm/f2.8 at zoom 14, 16, 24, 50mm/f1.4 at the same sight to be able to compare the lenses. Sure i will try the 24-70mm.

    I shoot in RAW and Jpeg, use Raw , stitch in PtGui, step to Photomatix Pro, do HDRI....Nadir and Zenith in CS4 in between.

    Till now i did not upgrade my D3 concerning the buffer. I started bracketing with single release wire controlled release. Takes a long time in rare situations like moving people, strong winds, moving clouds etc.

    Stepped over to bracketing taking shots with CL mode, but i ran in buffer overflow without upgrade of the buffer of the D3. This means, sometimes i have to wait to go on plus i have to check are all the pictures of this set taken. "Stress on sight".

    Just recived sandisk extreme pro 32G / 90mb/sec. Took pictures with this card on the first day of this year. Internet is talking about problems with this card and the D3. No Problems at all.

    You Have to be aware that it takes "some time" to see a reaction in nikon transfer. Just let the led of the D3 blinking. Takes time to get a reaction of nikon transfer...no problem with the card etc what is stated on internet.

    Do you have experience with shutter release in Cl or CH mode cause of moving of the camera which i fell to realize while shooting?

    I would like to send you something via IM, check datas etc.

    thx one again

    Heinz




    My experience: The 32 GB card is working well with the D3.
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  13. Re: Vincent Montibus Panoramas Gallery

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    Quote Originally Posted by VincentM View Post
    When there is a high contrast transition, yes there is quite a lot (well I think so )
    wow - that doesn't seem right. Does same unedited RAW image show CA?
    Bill
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    Bill,

    did not talk about CA,

    just take part in this discussion in between...

    Heinz
  15. Re: Vincent Montibus Panoramas Gallery

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Bailey View Post
    wow - that doesn't seem right. Does same unedited RAW image show CA?
    Bill
    Here is the almost same crop from the unedited RAW :

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