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kocani II MACEDONIA by Zoran Efremov

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Taken by
Zoran Efremov Zoran Efremov
Explore score
172
Size
4.90 Gigapixels
Views
265538
Date added
Sep 24, 2009
Date taken
Sep 23, 2009
Categories
architectural, cityscapes, environmental, landscape, nature
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Description

226042x21693px image will make you surprised of the details and the hiden places that could be seen. This is I thing the widest view of the town Kocani where the alomost 70% of the town is visible.

THIS IS THE HAND MADE PANORAMA WITHOUT USING THE ROBOT. Before last step corrections the pano was between 6-7Gpx, but in order to get the nice composition and quality it was cropped in Photoshop to 5Gpx. At the begining I almost reached the Photoshop limit of 300.000 px. Amazing experiance and result if you exclude the little visible mistakes.

PANORAMA FROM THE OTHER SIDE OF THE TOWN COULD BE SEEN ON THE FOLOWING LINK:
(gigapan.org/gigapans/30950)
Green nature that sarrouns the town, "Brana Gragce" could be seen on folowing link:
gigapan.org/gigapans/33685/
small pano from OHRID - The Balcan Jerusalem could be seen here
gigapan.org/gigapans/70047/
and gigapan.org/gigapans/70049/


Gigapan Comments (41)

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  1. slavko

    slavko (November 17, 2012, 03:59PM )

    Bravo!Svidelo mi se!Svaka cast!

  2. Tim Smith

    Tim Smith (December 04, 2011, 10:21AM )

    Amazing sharpness

  3. Bill Davidson

    Bill Davidson (May 12, 2011, 04:00PM )

    Zoran, Great photo. So many little adventures....Unbelievable detail. I have wandered the streets and feel like I am beginning to know the place. Thanks for all of the time and effort you must have expended!

  4. Daniel N

    Daniel N (August 19, 2010, 01:23PM )

    I just started to look at such gigapixelpix (or how do one name them?) in general, didn't know about it before: Although it's "only" 4.90 Gp, the details of your panorama is amazing!!! Hope I make it to FYROM, I like the name Macedonia better, of course :-)))

  5. Markus Krueger

    Markus Krueger (April 25, 2010, 10:01PM )

    Hi Zoran, This is a great work. Thanks for sharing. What sticher did you use?

  6. Goce  Zlatkov

    Goce Zlatkov (January 31, 2010, 03:29AM )

    Amazing image of my town. Thankyou very mach Zoran. You are KING

  7. Zoran Efremov

    Zoran Efremov (January 16, 2010, 02:29AM )

    Thank you for the nice impressions about my pano, but I have to correct you that the balcony you have reached is exactly the one of my house. The mother on it is actually one of my two dаughters with my brothers two children.

  8. James Laver

    James Laver (January 16, 2010, 01:56AM )

    This was the best fun I've had in ages and quite unexpected. Browsing this image starts to conjur up visions of family sagas and age old traditions. I came across the young mother smiling at her son on a distant balcony and it made my day!!! Truly well done!!!

  9. Bill Bailey

    Bill Bailey (December 25, 2009, 03:35AM )

    lots of work - well done - I like all the thumbnails - saves time looking for the fun stuff :-)

  10. Aslan Resimler

    Aslan Resimler (December 04, 2009, 03:24AM )

    This a great job you achieved, I am impressed. Respect. Concerning the raw format : when saving the file, was did you choose interleaved or not ? is there a specific name format for the uploader software ?

  11. Zoran Efremov

    Zoran Efremov (November 06, 2009, 07:40AM )

    The file was uploaded as Photoshop RAW.

  12. Gordon Atwell

    Gordon Atwell (November 06, 2009, 03:56AM )

    Hi Zoran and congratulations on an amazing gigapan, lots of hidden detail to be discovered Can you please tell us what file format you used for the 30Gb file that you uploaded was it PSB, TIFF or KRO and what version of the uploader you used.

  13. ivan sopcevski

    ivan sopcevski (October 23, 2009, 12:07PM )

    braos druze alal da ti e...pozdrav

  14. Jacques GAUFFIER

    Jacques GAUFFIER (October 20, 2009, 12:35PM )

    Bonjour Zoran, félicitations pour votre panorama. which is the format of your file? tiff, raw or... I try to upload a file tiff of 5,7 Go, but I can't.

  15. Jay Hirschfeld

    Jay Hirschfeld (October 12, 2009, 11:27AM )

    really, really excellent work. completely dispels the idea that you need some fancy shmancy robot to make these sorts of images-- and the fact that you had to reduce resolution from 6-7 gigapixels is just out of control. nice, can't wait to see more!

  16. Michel HORIOT

    Michel HORIOT (October 11, 2009, 11:24PM )

    Superbe ! Sincerly

  17. Zoran Efremov

    Zoran Efremov (October 11, 2009, 06:12AM )

    Hi everybody. Shooting was done with Nicon D-300; lenses 300mm (apro. 35mm 450)

  18. orbilia23

    orbilia23 (October 10, 2009, 04:07AM )

    Hi Zoran, Oh yeah, great pic!! Many details to explore. You may tell us something about the gear you used..? Congratulations for the #1 !-).

  19. Aleksandar Baftiroski

    Aleksandar Baftiroski (October 06, 2009, 10:51PM )

    Excellent work Zoran! Amazing details! Real masterpiece! Voodusheven sum od golemiot napor vlozzen da se povrzat site snimki vo edna panorama! Zoran samo prodolzzi so ovoj entuzijazam... Ccestitki za ova vrvno delo!

  20. Joel Bosman

    Joel Bosman (October 04, 2009, 01:00PM )

    Amazing! Such detail and almost no errors in the picture. Well done!

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