Hi-Res NYC Panoramas (Broadband)

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rfc Veteran Member • Posts: 5,703
Hi-Res NYC Panoramas (Broadband)

Some recent panoramas taken with my D200, and nikkors 70-200VR & 35-70. All stitched with PTgui.

Flatiron - 4 row 32 image

ESB - 5 image

Midtown 1 - 5 image

Midtown 2 - 8 image

Hudson River & George Washington Bridge - 7 image

Ground Zero August 2008 - 4 row 38 image

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Jeff Maanum Senior Member • Posts: 1,185
WOW!

Those are really incredible. Nice job.
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Always a nice job Rob. These are great
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Amypics Senior Member • Posts: 1,719
Re: WOW!

Wow indeed!

Amy

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Wonderful images! A question . . . .

On the first one (Flatiron Building), after stitching, what was your post-processing?
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RafaelD7
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Great shots!

Thank you for sharing. Can you give more details about the set up and post processing?

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1971_M5 Veteran Member • Posts: 7,764
Super!

I'm running out of adjectives for your panos. Every time I think I've got one built, I pop over to DPR and THINK about posting it -- and then I see these, and my tail goes between my legs. Just kidding of course, but you really set the standard in the pano department. I really like the ESB composite -- the crisp and fine detail at the top is very interesting to study. Thanks for sharing these.

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TrekSF6 Veteran Member • Posts: 4,092
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Love the first one RFC. I swear that building looks as if it should blow over.
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golfer1 Senior Member • Posts: 1,034
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I agree, amazing shots, just goes to prove, once again, it's not the camera, but the photographer.

rfc wrote:

Some recent panoramas taken with my D200, and nikkors 70-200VR &
35-70. All stitched with PTgui.

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TiagoC Junior Member • Posts: 48
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I usually dont like arquitectural, landscape, and cityscape sort of photography, but those are brutal...

JMacedo Senior Member • Posts: 2,336
Superb!!!!

Superb!!! Thank you for sharing your Art!
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Bright Angel Veteran Member • Posts: 4,854
Hi-Res NYC Panoramas (Broadband)

Spectacular as usual Sir.
The Sultan of Stitching just gets better

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I third the wow. Wonderful job.

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Joe Josephs Senior Member • Posts: 1,836
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Beautiful images. Love the seagull near the top of the ESB.
And did you shoot #5 from a boat?

OP rfc Veteran Member • Posts: 5,703
Thank you Jeff Maanum...

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OP rfc Veteran Member • Posts: 5,703
Thank you Amypics (nt)

Amypics wrote:

Wow indeed!

Amy

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OP rfc Veteran Member • Posts: 5,703
Thanks Gaber (nt)

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OP rfc Veteran Member • Posts: 5,703
Thanks Dez (nt)

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Always a nice job Rob. These are great
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OP rfc Veteran Member • Posts: 5,703
Hi RafaelD7...

Thanks for the comments. All the credit really goes to PTgui. It performs the magic.

When I shoot Panoramas, I either handhold or use a tripod with a normal ballhead. Typically I do the following

  • Raw

  • Fixed Manual exposure

  • Use the gridlines and focus boxes in the viewfinder to line things up

  • batch process RAW files in ACR to Tiff and import into PTgui

If you are interested in basic techniques here is a link to a very good site...
http://www.panoguide.com/howto/

Hope this helps

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