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Boston BackBay Charles river by Eric B.

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Taken by
Eric B. Eric B.
Explore score
161
Size
0.34 Gigapixels
Views
330183
Date added
Feb 02, 2008
Date taken
Sep 30, 2007
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Detailed image of numerous events going on in Boston. Many hidden jewels buried in this photograph.


Gigapan Comments (25)

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  1. David Struve

    David Struve (January 09, 2012, 04:28PM )

    This would have been a great GigaPan photo, if it wasn't spoilt by so many weird added parts. Different angles and intensities of shadow can easily be explained by layers taken at different times of day (or different days entirely). However, you cannot say that the Monarch butterfly is real and was ever there. For a start the shadow is ridiculously wrong, but more than that - you can zoom in to it's wings enough to see the watermark. Last time I checked Monarch butterflies don't have naturally-occuring watermarks on their wings. Same can be said about the 'Jean Luc Picard' person (snapshot 'Works for Captain James T. Kirk) - that has obviously been photoshopped in. For one it looks hand-drawn, and secondly even if it were a real person - from that distance there is no way they would have known you were taking a picture - not just because of the distance, but the fact the camera was pointed away from them so they wouldn't know the lens was wide enough to pick them out. Should have left the photo in it's original state, and not messed with it.

  2. Tom Hathcock

    Tom Hathcock (December 20, 2011, 06:18PM )

    Nice Pan.

  3. John Smythe

    John Smythe (December 28, 2009, 08:26AM )

    While the overall photo is great, I must say there is some photoshopping going on here, for instance the 'girl with the blue binder' has been added after the fact. (shadow intensity is wrong, shadows missing across her clothing, feet not quite touching the ground, bluring around her outline, etc..) Nothing wrong with being creative as long as it is mentioned up front.

  4. Uzay Sezen

    Uzay Sezen (October 09, 2009, 01:53PM )

    the butterfly snapshot is rather cheesy. the shadow of cars and that of light poles and pedestrians are all different directions. I wont even mention the butterflies shadow... good job though... but cheesy.

  5. William Akerlof

    William Akerlof (June 17, 2009, 04:25PM )

    Dear Eric B. I really like what you've done here. I am trying to do something similar and would love your advice. Can you write me via will@liquidadvertising.com ? Thanks, Will A.

  6. Jonesy

    Jonesy (June 14, 2009, 08:14PM )

    shadows casting off to your right and left... Yeah, okay... Two thumbs down!

  7. Pzembashis

    Pzembashis (March 31, 2009, 10:16AM )

    Theres allot of photoshoping going on in this one

  8. zunguri

    zunguri (February 19, 2009, 07:02PM )

    Don't need to Photoshop the large file. You add Waldo, butterfly, whatever to the individual shots before they are stitched.

  9. quepol

    quepol (February 19, 2009, 04:20PM )

    Why so much Photoshopping?? Waldo is funny, but once you realize it's Photoshopped, it's not as cool. The pano is cool enough on its own without adding so many things that are clearly fake.

  10. chad zavala

    chad zavala (February 15, 2009, 09:56AM )

    how on earth are you able to use photoshop on these large files? i sure as hell can't :(

  11. fightforthepoor

    fightforthepoor (February 03, 2009, 10:52AM )

    Is that eagle real? Or a statue to keep pigeons away? AMc Wisconsin

  12. zunguri

    zunguri (February 01, 2009, 07:42PM )

    Ha ha. Photoshopped butterfly.

  13. Jose Hernandez

    Jose Hernandez (December 15, 2008, 07:15AM )

    Well done! this is a nice image. Can i ask what equipment you used?

  14. Marcelo Macedo

    Marcelo Macedo (October 20, 2008, 01:45PM )

    I found Wally, hahahaha. Nice one.

  15. Dim Nek

    Dim Nek (October 20, 2008, 10:06AM )

    The Grandiose spectacle,shocking permit of the picture!

  16. Eric B.

    Eric B. (October 13, 2008, 03:49PM )

    This image was taken repeatedly over about a 30-day period with different lighting conditions and different cameras that were then combined. This resulted in some image elements looking less natural then others. However, almost all events happened more or less as shown at some time during the month.

  17. Joel Bosman

    Joel Bosman (October 12, 2008, 06:29AM )

    It would have been nicer if those things to explore where real. Many of those people you have added to the pictures are so obvious that they have been cut out of other pictures. Next time try to edit them better. Overall this is a great gigapixl photo.

  18. Rockmin

    Rockmin (August 24, 2008, 12:56PM )

    This is one of best exploration gigapan's I've seen. Looks like multiple gigas with many added elements. I'd love to know how many days of post work the author put into it.

  19. Karen

    Karen (August 15, 2008, 12:02PM )

    This is a great introduction to gigapan--except that it's so much fun, I can't tear myself away to look at other photos (or go back to work)! Fun & beautiful!

  20. Payam Rahmani

    Payam Rahmani (July 11, 2008, 11:53AM )

    FANTASTIC pano, bookmarked

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