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|Date/Time:||15-Jan-2012 20:58:43 +0000|
|Subject:||Re: Re: A new Danish Royal Shoot|
On 1/15/2012 5:16 AM, Hans wrote:
> --- In #removed#, "jrgen_schrader" <panorama@...> wrote:
>> Excellent work, Hans.
>> I'm glad you took the plunge to capture it in such high resolution.
>> A must for such an event, and it seems besides some misaligned faces
>> it turned out extremely well, especially regarding tonality etc. as
>> Jann has pointed out.
>> I'm curious why a large portion of the bottom part is left out, I
>> assume DR wanted to exclude those parts with little to no information?
>> The closeup of yourself on the TV screen is priceless :))
> Thanks J?rgen.
> Working on the last 3-4 errors now.
> PTgui is great but using the masks on multirow can sometimes result in
> introducing another split face at a different place you did not expect.
> Changing the blending line i very sensitive.
That's why I find it *much* better to do seam clean up work in the layer
masks in Photoshop where you have ultimate control of what to
include/exclude. PTGui's masks are *brilliant* but as you noted then
can cause stitch problems in and of themselves.
> I do all the work in their NEWSroom so I have direct contact to the
> Limiting the view is my choice. There was no idea including the
> dirigent pult I am standing on. After testing several other places I
> choosed it as I also got a little extra height.
> I did not take any images for it. I would have needed 12 more to
> include it.
You should've shot it. IMHO
>> And thanks for sharing
>> --- In #removed#, "Hans" <hans@> wrote:
>>> I have just finished a panorama from the celebration of Queen
>>> Margrethe 40 year anniversary.
>>> This was taken 2 hours ago at the Danish Television Concert house.
>>> Note that this is a 1 hour stitch 33000x16500
>>> There are a couple of weird faces we discovered which I am working on.
>>> The Royals including the King of Sweden and Norway are also in it.
>>> BTW I was actually also interviewed before taking the pano.
>>> And I just discovered that there is a zoom in on me on the screen at
>>> the top.
>>> Tech. 5D MarkII and 24-105mm at 32mm.
>>> 3 rows of 12 + zenith.
>>> 1600 ISO and 1/20 5.0
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