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Osgoode Hall, Toronto
Lens: 03 Fisheye Camera: Pentax Q Photo Location: Downtown Toronto, ON, Canada Aperture: F5.6 
Posted By: jezza323, 03-23-2012, 11:48 AM

Blended (HDR) and stitched from 33 images in total, cloned myself out at the end also

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03-23-2012, 11:57 AM   #2
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I really like that picture. I'd hang it on my wall.
03-23-2012, 12:05 PM   #3
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GReat Q image Jezza, looks like your having fun with it already (man that post looks like a lot of work)
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Great image, I'm next to speechless just thinking about the amount of work.

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If I remembered how to use Hugin from last time it would have been quick...

Not too bad really, just batch process the HDR's (5 mins), Run automatic stitching (2 mins), then run the projection in Hugin (2 mins once you know how)...

Yes the Q is awesome fun First time ive had a fisheye to use too, so that adds a lot of fun too

Cheers all

EDIT: forgot the me, it was VERY quick. I hate post so its very rough, heh

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Excellent! Much more fun and interesting than most of the 360 degree projections I've seen.
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Interesting effect. And I'm also impressed by the inclusion of good HDR. I remember following a tutorial about making this sort of mini-world back a few years ago. It was too many steps for me.
03-23-2012, 02:47 PM   #8
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Cool shot, works well.

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It's very different.I like it!!
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I've always considered Toronto to be a well-rounded community. Clever shot.

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Absolutely stunning. i am left speechless, and wondering how it's all done up.

great work , and thanks for sharing with us all .

have a nice weekend. cheers ...

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