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South Bank over looking the River Thames, Big Ben, London Eye by Gordon Atwell

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Taken by
Gordon Atwell Gordon Atwell
Explore score
162
Size
0.91 Gigapixels
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413091
Date added
Feb 22, 2008
Date taken
Feb 21, 2008
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Camera, Manfrotto Tripod

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London at Night, taken from the South Bank Centre. Big Ben and the London Eye can be seen on the left, whilst the Royal Air Force Memorial, crowned by Sir William Reid Dick’s gilt eagle, can be seen in the centre of the GigaPan. There are numerous other hidden details to be discovered here in London the city of the Olympics 2012 and home of the Royal Wedding 2011.

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Gigapan Comments (16)

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  1. taerese

    taerese (December 24, 2012, 04:02PM )

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  2. Tran Thi Huong

    Tran Thi Huong (January 13, 2011, 04:06AM )

    The artefacts that you have noticed are software glitches, as the stitching software that we are using is still in beta as indeed is the whole GigaPan project and is still being tested and refined by the scientists involved. You have noticed correctly that there are still some issues in regards to architectural images and shift rendering algorithms to some extent. Fixed aperture and focus were maintained throughout. Thanks for your enquiry. pay per click neon lights

  3. Alice Ralph

    Alice Ralph (June 30, 2009, 02:30AM )

    Fantastic!! I love this shot. Out of interest, how long were each of the exposures?

  4. Gordon Atwell

    Gordon Atwell (April 20, 2009, 03:06AM )

    Hi extension, which 3.5 gigabyte image are you referring to?

  5. extension

    extension (April 19, 2009, 03:30AM )

    looks better than a 3.5 gigabytes

  6. Gordon Atwell

    Gordon Atwell (November 07, 2008, 05:49PM )

    Yeah jwgacy, it is a very powerful image within an image, I do get told this regularly. I don't rightly know if it's a baby, a dog or a soft toy but yes it' looks well strange.

  7. john wayne gacy

    john wayne gacy (November 07, 2008, 05:02PM )

    Ear, superzoom, the snapshot tagged Homeless, i kept zooming in then out (as you do) and i cant get the image of a baby with a dummy in its mouth wearing a wooly hat like a pixies hat out of my mind. Do you see it? Or is it time for my medication!! Know wot i mean son? Enjoyed the pictures anyway, seeing as i am a "geezer" who was born in London. Now, i had better get back to me bunnies cos if i leave it too long i,ll have to find 3 times as many!! If you see what i mean john?

  8. Gordon Atwell

    Gordon Atwell (August 19, 2008, 04:19PM )

    220posse what does jjjj ? signify

  9. Rovers

    Rovers (July 06, 2008, 11:43PM )

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  10. Gordon Atwell

    Gordon Atwell (May 26, 2008, 06:27AM )

    The artefacts that you have noticed are software glitches, as the stitching software that we are using is still in beta as indeed is the whole GigaPan project and is still being tested and refined by the scientists involved. You have noticed correctly that there are still some issues in regards to architectural images and shift rendering algorithms to some extent. Fixed aperture and focus were maintained throughout. Thanks for your enquiry.

  11. Patrick Collins

    Patrick Collins (May 26, 2008, 02:01AM )

    Hi, I've only just come across the Gigapan 'world' through a small mention in Technology Review. Apologies of this is not the correct place to ask this question. I notice on some of the panoramas that the images do not join correctly, expecially on hard architectural detail. On this particular panorama you can see it clearly in the building with a light on it in the middle foreground on the left hand side just below the Millenium Wheel. Also on the clock face of Big Ben. Is this created by the system or an effect of the photography? I know with multi-image HDR photography it's best to use a fixed aperture when shooting the images, othewise the depth-of-field can change from image to image, making focused registration impossible. Is this a similar problem?

  12. Payam Rahmani

    Payam Rahmani (May 25, 2008, 07:53PM )

    Perfect

  13. Gordon Atwell

    Gordon Atwell (May 20, 2008, 08:08AM )

    Hi, Thanks for the comments. The original size for this image came out at nearly 3.5 gigabytes, I had to reduce this a little bit. The final image is composed of apx 673 individual images and took 55 minutes to shoot.

  14. blaze bnu

    blaze bnu (May 20, 2008, 05:09AM )

    good, very good. how many size, in megabytes, for this image?

  15. derek

    derek (May 18, 2008, 02:23PM )

    The Eagle is the Royal Air Force memorial put up in 1923, no connection to the USA.

  16. Marco Linori

    Marco Linori (May 17, 2008, 03:02AM )

    very nice

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