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Rotterdam by Davor Hrg

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Davor Hrg Davor Hrg
Explore score
0.06 Gigapixels
Date added
May 25, 2009
Date taken
May 24, 2009

Olympus E510


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This is my first experiment with combining multiple focal lengths in a single panorama.

the main images are f14 single row, which is my favorite setup.
Then I decided to do a closeup of the city hall so I can have it crystal clear in full zoom,
This is i nice compromise between shooting dozens of extra images, and blurry details
(which is true for all images shown 1:1 on screen)

I did it by selecting all images (main and details) and building a panorama in AutpPano pro,
then I separated them into two layers and rendered both layers (too bad I could not build the
composite directly).
After that I loaded both in photoshop and fixed it a bit, (also added blue sky, since it was burned out in my orig images)

looks better than without all this, an not too much trouble to make.

Gigapan Comments (4)

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  1. Davor Hrg

    Davor Hrg (May 26, 2009, 01:49PM )

    Yes, it can be very usefull to do multiple shots of a crowded area so you can combine the layers to manualy fix some broken people. It is definitely something I will now have in mind for future situations like that.

  2. T. Emrich

    T. Emrich (May 26, 2009, 01:20PM )

    Yes that make sense but I was thinking it could be even more helpful to capture moving objects / people. This is where I usually have the most work with when using tele-lenses and objects are only partially captured in one shoot. In any case I will give it a try in the future.

  3. Davor Hrg

    Davor Hrg (May 26, 2009, 11:59AM )

    If you take a look at the snapshot of the leafs (5th from right to left) left side is the result from a resized image, and the right side are the 1:1 pixels from the main panorama. The quality of details for some object taken normally is much better than for the same object taken with 2x zoom and resized to 1/2. My point is that for this instance I'm quite satisfied with a 360 horizontal panorama stitched from ~15 portrait images. But I do not like what I see when I zoom in to 1:1 pixel ratio, so by taking aditional zoomed in photos of some objects in the scene I can have those details very clear.

  4. T. Emrich

    T. Emrich (May 25, 2009, 01:46PM )

    Nice panorama, but what is the advantage of this workflow?

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