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  1. 10 gigapixels Zafer plaza panorama

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    Cool

    Here is the last panorama I succeeded to stitch.
    845 pictures taken manually with a NN5, my Canon 5D and a 300mm lens.




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  2. #2

    a lot of moves during shooting ! as you said on your blog, too windy ! but wow 845 pictures with a NN5 you are very patient !

    Vincèn



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    I should have increased the iso level, so that I could have increased the speed and reduce the wind influence.
    Last edited by YvesG; 10-31-2011 at 01:12 PM.



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  4. #4

    Quote Originally Posted by YvesG View Post
    I should have increased the iso level, so that I could have increases the speed and reduce the wind influence.
    right :) or shoot with better weather :D

    Vincèn



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  5. #5

    how high and with in pixels is this panorama?
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    This panorama is 143.779 pixels x 72.110 pixels, which represents 165,42° x 66,44°.



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  7. #7

    Quote Originally Posted by YvesG View Post
    Here is the last panorama I succeeded to stitch.
    845 pictures taken manually with a NN5, my Canon 5D and a 300mm lens.
    This is very impressive size for manual shooting. Did you shoot at 3.75 degrees or disengage click stops and manual reference the marks shooting at about (guessing here) one every 2 degrees left to right?
    I have found when shooting large mosaics manually to do sequences of 10 images before brief pause. Also shooting manually gives great control for pausing to let planes fly into viewfinder or large objects to pass by.
    Excellent work!
    Bill
  8. #8

    Quote Originally Posted by YvesG View Post
    This panorama is 143.779 pixels x 72.110 pixels, which represents 165,42° x 66,44°.
    What is your largest to date?
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    First I used my excel spreadsheet (you can download it on my blog) to determine what was the right setup for at least 30% overlap.
    Then I shot a picture every 2,5° using the marks on the head and a line every 5° (it took me 74 minutes).
    Last edited by YvesG; 11-13-2011 at 11:58 AM.



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  10. #10

    This is my largest.
    It was made possible, because I could switch my vista 32 bits to seven 64 bits and reach 6Gb RAM.
    It was needed in order to have Autopano Giga to stitch it.



    My blog : Aslan Resimler
  11. #11

    Hello Yves,

    Despite the many unsharp frames you used for the gigapan it is still an attractive image.
    Can you tell the name of the city you shot the gigpan ? (the turkish names and text on the buildings and the many wifes with covered heads are all pointing to turkey but I am not sure which city).

    Wim
  12. #12

    You are right, it was shot in Turkey.
    The town is Bursa and Zafer plaza is one the most famous supermarket in the city center.



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