Fuck fucK (May 31, 2010, 04:08AM
In the far left part of the picture few cm on
right side there are two cranes in the front of
twin towers . The right side crane has on the top
the little house for operating the crane with txt
on it POTAIN and MULTIPLEX , and the POTAIN part
operating room has a ladies poster on the
door!!!!!:) Wov YOU ARE THE MAN with this photo!
Bravo from a small photo club in Serbia
"Pannonia" Jozef K
Gerald Donovan (May 23, 2010, 03:40AM
@dokteriq - You can view the panorama in HDView
Dubai 45 Gigapixel link on the right hand side,
then go full screen for the best experience.
Sergey Javsenkov (May 22, 2010, 02:56PM
awesome, great work
kombizz kashani (May 21, 2010, 06:58PM
great project with interesting good quality.
kombizz kashani (May 21, 2010, 06:56PM
Would be nice to write the list of your equipment
you used for this project.
Silver Fox (May 19, 2010, 08:37AM
Great job! Could you please tell us how long it
took to stitch it?
Gerald Donovan (May 17, 2010, 04:16AM
@Castillonis - Many thanks for the helpful
suggestions. I'll be sure to use them all when
I take the "proper" panorama towards the
end of the year :)
Norberto Villarreal (May 16, 2010, 09:14PM
Wooow!!! Fantastic!!!!!! Greetings from Mexico
Stoney Vintson (May 12, 2010, 09:08AM
I saw your video of the capture and I have two
recommendations. One, is to use a circular
polarizer. Two is to use a row pattern instead of
a column pattern. The movements in pitch require
the most settling time, so using a row pattern
would only require pitch movements at the end of a
row. Yaw movements require less settling time. At
longer focal lengths enabling mirror flipup is
also very beneficial.
agnosticactivist (May 11, 2010, 09:39PM
A truly amazing image to behold, however, the
cynical side of me wonders, in the spirit of
technical testing, how difficult it would be to
infuse an in-focus image of foreground objects
like the railing and balcony in order to render
the image perfectly in an aesthetic sense.
Gerald Donovan (May 10, 2010, 09:45PM
@germangonzalezgarrido - I know we've
discussed this on the private messaging, but for
the benefit of others: Photoshop wasn't
involved in the process. Autopano Giga produced a
.kro file, for which as far as I'm aware there
is not a hard-coded pixel limit. This .kro file
was then passed to the Gigapan Uploader which
tiled it and uploaded circa 1,000,000 jpegs to the
Gerald Donovan (May 10, 2010, 09:43PM
@dokteriq - As far as I'm aware, the Microsoft
tools can't take a .kro file as a source. I
did attempt to stitch this with ICE, but despite
providing it with the matrix layout of the photos,
it messed up the stitching. (I'll probably get
in touch with the ICE guys and see if there's
anything they can do to help, but I'm a bit
busy with other things at the moment.)
dokteriq (May 10, 2010, 11:57AM
awesome picture ... horrible experience ! should
have used silverlight deepzoom .... it would have
worked so much better ..
Aaron Mamm (May 10, 2010, 09:29AM
Where is Waldo? EXTREME EDITION.
Proyecto Digital (May 10, 2010, 06:17AM
How did you generate a PSB file over 300.000px
wide? I thought that the PSB limit was
Payam Rahmani (May 07, 2010, 10:13PM
This pano is absolutely fantastic. Well done,
Stöcken (May 07, 2010, 07:18PM
Very impressive. Just read an article about your
work on Germany's biggest newspaper website! I
like the depth of sharpness.
Guga Botelho (May 06, 2010, 01:25PM
Show de imagens e tecnologia e visual essa cidade
Gerald Donovan (May 06, 2010, 01:17PM
*** ICE update *** Contrary to my earlier response
to jdughi, ICE didn't crash - it gave an error
code indicating it had run out of disk space
(although I wasn't aware of this at the time).
I'm re-running ICE with 2TB of temp space to
see what happens.
Stefan Kuzmanov (May 06, 2010, 09:48AM
Great work Gerald! How long did it take to render
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