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02-19-2014, 10:13 PM   #3571
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QuoteOriginally posted by Lurch Quote
Free BBQ at work.
Made the students do the cooking
(I've really gotta get off this Bold Monochrome bender)


Does look awfully fine. Makes me wonder if I'm not wasting my time on PP!

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Here are nine pictures, all taken with Q7 and 08 Wide Zoom in Venice and Burano.

Foto Album

Click on the images to see them full size if you want to PP.
And click on "Detaljer" to see exif info......

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QuoteOriginally posted by StigVidar Quote
Here are nine pictures, all taken with Q7 and 08 Wide Zoom in Venice and Burano.
Those look really good. Thanks for making those full-size files available.
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QuoteOriginally posted by StigVidar Quote
Here are nine pictures, all taken with Q7 and 08 Wide Zoom in Venice and Burano.

Foto Album

Click on the images to see then full size if you want to PP.
And click on "Detaljer" to see exif info......
Thanks for making these available, they look good, what if any PP did you do on them?

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Another one from my vault, finally got it to stitch properly

Stereographic projection of the labyrinth in downtown Toronto, taken in 2012

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Super cool. I didn't even know this existed. I've added to my list of places to check out downtown...

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Another one from my vault, finally got it to stitch properly

Stereographic projection of the labyrinth in downtown Toronto, taken in 2012

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Its pretty cool actually

We (my wife and I) discovered it not long after reading Sara Douglass' Troy Game series, which has heaps of references to the labyrinth history. Check it out if you are looking for something to read
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Thanks for making these available, they look good, what if any PP did you do on them?
I am using Lightroom and have a preset with +12 on contrast, -26 on blacks, +14 on clarity and +17 on saturation.

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first two with the 01 next two with the 06







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360 degree pano done with Q7/02 a week ago in Berlin, Germany - showing the Kurfuerstendamm:



11 shots with Q7/02@5mm, ISO 100, 1,3s, f2.8.

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QuoteOriginally posted by jezza323 Quote
Another one from my vault, finally got it to stitch properly

Stereographic projection of the labyrinth in downtown Toronto, taken in 2012

How does one do that?
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How does one do that?

I shot a full 360x180 degree panorama using the 03 fisheye lens (also HDR in this case). Then stitched using Autopano Giga, and projected to stereographic using Hugin. You can just do all the stitching in Hugin but I haven't worked out all the details yet, I find Autopano much easier
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QuoteOriginally posted by philzucker Quote
360 degree pano done with Q7/02 a week ago in Berlin, Germany - showing the Kurfuerstendamm:
Big view from a small cam!
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big crop and pretty rough processing but hey !

Toltec maybe
Olmec definately

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