a couple of luxury cars - interiors panos +

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That is very cool. How did you photograph all those shots, and how many? Also, what software is used to stitch these? Dave
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David Nall wrote:

That is very cool. How did you photograph all those shots, and how many? Also, what software is used to stitch these? Dave
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Thank you, Dave!

Tripod + panoramic head + proper light + radio remote + bracketing -> careful processing -> stitching with PTGui -> post processing with PS.
Nothing special

from 12 to 30 shots used for such pano i exact number depends on the color of the car's interior (determining dynamic range of the scene) and minor technical details (the position of camera, texture details etc.)

PTGui ( http://ptgui.com ) is my favorite application for stitching panos - a lot of control over the process, very convenient application.

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Thank you!

Always trying to do my best, happy when it is appreciated by scilled photographer like you

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Very nice!

almost never click on links, glad I did that was cool.
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Good job,very nice...Thanks
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Re: Very nice!

Chris Walden wrote:

almost never click on links, glad I did that was cool.
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Thank you, Chris.

Glad that my panos didn't make you to regret about your decision to click on them

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Thank you for comment! (nt) +
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and $300.000 Porsche as a dessert -

http://pano.1drey.com/automailru/panamera.html - Porsche Panamera

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Fantastic !. When I grow up I want to do 360 panoramas just like you..... lol

But really I just started to explore this side of photography, - it is extremely hard for me to produce half decent results and you seem to have mastered the technique. Any details like on pano head and software used?
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akjos
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Sorry, missed the post where you said that you used ptgui. I have one as well but I still suck.... I had Nodal ninja 3 for few days in my house (loaner) and it was good but hardly enough for my D300 and fisheye. i think NN5 is way to go for heavier cameras....
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shawnpringlephoto Regular Member • Posts: 278
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Wow great work. The 7 series pano totally blew me away. Where are you shooting? The light is so even that it looks like it would be shot in a studio, as well as the white windows and everything.
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