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Kitzbüheler Horn by Andreas Schnederle-Wagner

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Taken by
Andreas Schnederle-Wagner Andreas Schnederle-Wagner
Explore score
109
Size
88.12 Gigapixels
Views
7574
Date added
Feb 27, 2013
Date taken
 
Gear

Nikon D300

Categories
landscape, nature
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Description

360° view from Kitzbüheler Horn, Tyrol.

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Gigapan Comments (10)

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  1. Wolfgang Grossmann

    Wolfgang Grossmann (September 12, 2013, 05:02PM )

    fantastic Gigapan, congratutlations! I hope you will create more of these from summit-tops in the Alps!

  2. Andreas Schnederle-Wagner

    Andreas Schnederle-Wagner (March 12, 2013, 06:54AM )

    The biggest challenge in this Gigapixel was the place. In the middle of the summit is a large transmission tower, and we had to take Photos from 2 locations. Here is a closeup of where we have taken the Picture: goo.gl/ReAhy Will open in
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  3. Andreas Schnederle-Wagner

    Andreas Schnederle-Wagner (March 11, 2013, 06:32AM )

    Didn't take as much time as expected ... finished in 12h 51m and 14s Rendering Machine: HP z210 with i7 CPU, 2x WD Velociraptor HDDs, OCZ RevoDrive3X2 PCI SSD Temporary data read/write during rendering: 1,54TB read / 1,24TB write

  4. Xavier Gonzalo Pons

    Xavier Gonzalo Pons (March 09, 2013, 02:07PM )

    Congratulations for this big Gigapan! Can you tell us how many time you need for processed this image and the propierties of the computer used. Many thanks !

  5. Andreas Schnederle-Wagner

    Andreas Schnederle-Wagner (March 06, 2013, 07:57AM )

    but it's also the cause of the missing sharpness at 100% zoom in ... :-(

  6. Aleksandr Reznik

    Aleksandr Reznik (March 06, 2013, 07:49AM )

    + Nikon AF-S TC-14E II - this makes different picture of course:)

  7. Andreas Schnederle-Wagner

    Andreas Schnederle-Wagner (March 06, 2013, 07:43AM )

    + Nikon AF-S TC-14E II is about the calculated size ... more or less ... still a bit inflated by Autopano ... normally I would limit the zoom to 0.9 / 0 .85 for sharpness - but not possible at Gigapan! :-(

  8. Aleksandr Reznik

    Aleksandr Reznik (March 06, 2013, 07:34AM )

    It is famous Autopano interpolation then. If you have 500mm on d300 this gives you 1.81 degrees wide portrait oriented image angle. It covered by 2848 pixels of D300. This should give you 360/1.81*2848=566453 pixel wide, 360 image. But this image is 866000 wide. which give us suspicion that it is 1.5 time interpolated. But good gigapan anyway :)

  9. Andreas Schnederle-Wagner

    Andreas Schnederle-Wagner (March 06, 2013, 07:14AM )

    This shot was done with a Nikon D300 + 500mm Sigma Lens on Gigapan Epic Pro. 2 shooting positions were needed as in the middle on this summit is a big radio mast ... stitched with Autopano Giga.

  10. Aleksandr Reznik

    Aleksandr Reznik (March 06, 2013, 06:52AM )

    Interesting, which camera/lens did you use for this gigapan? Could you please share this info?

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