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Comments on Gigapan: Corcovado 67GP (first stitch)


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  1. Rodolfo Lima

    Rodolfo Lima (July 30, 2010, 06:53AM )

    @bohonus: as I said earlier, gigapan's viewer stretches the most detailed image 3x (or so), so no matter what panorama you view with it, the higher resolution level will appear blurred. But he has a point, it's somewhat easy to come up with a gigapixel panorama nowadays, it's a matter of having a good equipment (mostly). The bottleneck is during post-processing. Autopano *crawls* with 60GP, let alone higher resolutions, and this is using linear blending. It's almost impossible with multiband blending or smartblend. But we're working on software solutions to overcome these issues, just wait and see :)

  2. Bradford Bohonus

    Bradford Bohonus (July 29, 2010, 05:27PM )

    Nice going! Must have been a fun image to shoot and work on! & a wonderful location too! The commentary/rant/insults posting about this shot and the people who worked so hard on it from Mr Martin @ 360cities are way out of line in my opinion- blog.360cities.net/gigapixel-charl atans Will open in a new tab or window/

  3. Rodolfo Lima

    Rodolfo Lima (July 28, 2010, 07:54AM )

    @zmalol: the focus was fixed, that was a constraint of the 2x multiplier used. But yes, focus could (and will) be improved next time. But other factors are involved too: atmospheric condition (hot air causing distortions, etc), thermal noise on CCD and most importantly: gigapan most detailed view is stretching the original image 3 times (or so), so there's upsampling artifacts (blurring).

  4. Zbigniew

    Zbigniew (July 27, 2010, 10:12PM )

    How about lens focus? Was it locked during shooting? Reason for this question is that some parts of the panorama seems to be out of the focus in the nearest and farthest range (see two snapshots at the max zoom gigapan.org/gigapans/54825/snapshot s/154327/ and gigapan.org/gigapans/54825/snapshot s/154328/). In most gigapans at max zoom there is more details available. For me this brings the issue (perhaps discussed already) of lens performance for large multithousandshot gigapans.

  5. ks | Darkroom

    ks | Darkroom (July 26, 2010, 03:41AM )

    Very well done!

  6. The Rio de Janeiro - Hong Kong Connection

    The Rio de Janeiro - Hong Kong Connection (July 25, 2010, 07:17PM )

    @Texas_Photo: Yes, we hope to do some large ones of HK as well!

  7. The Rio de Janeiro - Hong Kong Connection

    The Rio de Janeiro - Hong Kong Connection (July 25, 2010, 07:16PM )

    @AutoMateUser: Thanks! Yes, we plan to put together a more detailed description of the picture capture and stitching process once we address the remaining exposure issues. It took a few hours to take the photos (about 45 images per minute in GigaPan's fastest mode) and we used autopano giga for this first stitching attempt. It took multiple days to complete. :) Cheers.

  8. David Engle

    David Engle (July 25, 2010, 10:38AM )

    Congratulations on the Rio GigaPan :) When will we see panoramas this size taken of Hong Kong? GigaPans of HK taken from the Peak and taken from Kowloon would quickly end up on the first page of most popular GigaPans.

  9. Jean Turco

    Jean Turco (July 25, 2010, 02:20AM )

    Superbe ! Félicitations - Jean

  10. Stefan Kuzmanov

    Stefan Kuzmanov (July 24, 2010, 12:20PM )

    Great Panorama from one of the worlds best locations! Congratulations!

  11. AutoMateUser

    AutoMateUser (July 24, 2010, 12:13PM )

    Congratulations on this achievement! The biggest challenge for these very large panoramas is the stitching. Can you tell us about how you did it, what software you used, and how long it took, etc.

  12. Guga Botelho

    Guga Botelho (July 24, 2010, 08:01AM )

    Congratulations for the images was to show the ball panoramica

  13. The Rio de Janeiro - Hong Kong Connection

    The Rio de Janeiro - Hong Kong Connection (July 24, 2010, 06:04AM )

    Thanks! And 100GP sounds exciting (and rather challening :). Cheers.

  14. T. Emrich

    T. Emrich (July 24, 2010, 03:47AM )

    Congratulations to this HUGE Panorama!

  15. Gerald Donovan

    Gerald Donovan (July 24, 2010, 03:46AM )

    Congratulations! See you the other side of 100GP ;)

  16. The Rio de Janeiro - Hong Kong Connection

    The Rio de Janeiro - Hong Kong Connection (July 23, 2010, 12:36PM )

    Images from the making-of at the Facebook group RioHK Connection, URL: www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=110 157455703161 Will open in
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