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  1. Southern Utah

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    Don't have a lot of time between training trips to edit my stuff, but since everyone was so kind to help me get the quick release plate before my trip down to Southern Utah, I figured I had to share what I've edited so far.

    Two images. One from the east side of Zion National Park in the Checkerboard Mesa area. The other is in Red Canyon just before Bryce Canyon National Park. I have a bunch of others, but that's going to take some time and I really need to be working on laundry before I head out to WA on Monday.

    Checkerboard Mesa


    Red Canyon Tree


    Thanks again to Bill and everyone else at Nodal Ninja for the exceptional customer service.

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    wow really nice do you have some interactive versions of these panoramas ?



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    EXCELLENT!!

    Bill
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    Hey Vincen,
    Your next trip to Arizona should include travel to these locations

    Bill
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    Vincèn -- Nothing yet. Like I said, Just trying to give myself a taste of what I've shot. Interactives will come as soon as I can get the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Bailey View Post
    Your next trip to Arizona should include travel to these locations
    I'm thinking a long road trip way back from Salt Lake City through Utah deserts, and then Arizona, Phoenix, Tucson Just need to arrange that now



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    Quote Originally Posted by patella View Post
    Like I said, Just trying to give myself a taste of what I've shot. Interactives will come as soon as I can get the time.
    Please share them here when you'll get time to build them as I'm sure lot of people will appreciate them In the meantime perhaps you can share equipments used to shoot these

    Vincèn



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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincèn View Post
    Please share them here when you'll get time to build them as I'm sure lot of people will appreciate them In the meantime perhaps you can share equipments used to shoot these
    Vincèn
    You MUST include Sedona - 2-3 days.
    Bill
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Bailey View Post
    You MUST include Sedona - 2-3 days.
    We'll need three months with Neil to see all these places



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    Wow, excellent.

    Looking forward to the next.

    Sometimes we europeans are jealous of missing places like this. :'(

    Heinz
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    Quote Originally Posted by hindenhaag View Post
    Sometimes we europeans are jealous of missing places like this. :'(
    Just different views I'd say we have very nice mountains here or old buildings

    Vincèn



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    Quote Originally Posted by hindenhaag View Post

    Sometimes we europeans are jealous of missing places like this. :'(

    Heinz
    Vast open empty spaces... I wonder if this is what it would look like if a panorama was taken from within a politicians head.

    ... nah... impossible... there IS a light in both of those panos... and both of them look friendly.

    Trausti
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    Quote Originally Posted by hindenhaag View Post
    Wow, excellent.

    Looking forward to the next.

    Sometimes we europeans are jealous of missing places like this. :'(

    Heinz
    First, thanks!

    Second, and as someone else said, no reason to be jealous -- it's just different from the locations in Europe. Some of my favorite single-row panos were shot in Britain. Here's a link to one. (Sorry it's not a bigger image.) http://www.jtniekamp.com/?p=133
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    OK, here's the first flash version I've ever made. http://www.jtniekamp.com/wp-content/...mp-0015-sm.swf I can see a little image doubling down around the nadir shot. Currently waiting for the NN nadir jig to be available again. It also seems a little soft, which is probably do to the initial image. This interactive was made with a 3600x1800 pixel image.

    I'm sure I could use some pointers as far as settings in Pano2VR go. Primarily, what "numbers" do you use to make a nice, crisp, full-screen interactive pano? How big is your equirectangular image prior to conversion? Any suggested settings for Pano2VR?
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    Quote Originally Posted by patella View Post
    OK, here's the first flash version I've ever made. http://www.jtniekamp.com/wp-content/...mp-0015-sm.swf
    You should allow more zoom out to be less "in" the picture !

    Vincèn



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