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Modern Architecture: Ginger and Fred by T. Emrich

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T. Emrich T. Emrich
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142
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2.28 Gigapixels
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27350
Date added
Aug 11, 2008
Date taken
Aug 10, 2008
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This project by Frank Gehry in cooperation with Vlado Milunic marks the corner at the Jiraskuv Bridge. Officially named the 'Rasin Building,' soon after its conception it was dubbed 'Ginger and Fred,' as it dances like the famous couple Rogers and Astaire around the corner.
420 pictures at focal length of 400mm, ISO 200, F8, 1/200
Have a look at the building from the other side: gigapan.org/viewGigapan.php?id=8834
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Gigapan Comments (6)

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  1. T. Emrich

    T. Emrich (August 19, 2008, 12:05PM )

    Forgot to mention why I'm saving the second copy as PSB file. If the file exceeds 2 Gb file size (as TIFF format) , even Photoshop is not able to reopen the file anymore! This is strange because it can write TIFF files successfully up to 4 Gb.

  2. Payam Rahmani

    Payam Rahmani (August 18, 2008, 06:38AM )

    That is what I meant, I also use Photoshop for post processing; it looks this is the only program that can handle such huge photos. Thank you for your kind description. Payam

  3. GigaPanBot

    GigaPanBot (August 18, 2008, 01:22AM )

    I use Photoshop for postprocessing, this is the only way to edit such large images. As save them as TIFF (max 4Gb) for uploading the file to gigapan.org and save a second copy as large PSB format.

  4. Payam Rahmani

    Payam Rahmani (August 17, 2008, 11:17PM )

    I mean on your local PC which programs do you use to watch them and edit them? ACD See? Photoshop? Or other programs? And which format do you usually use to save them on you local PC? Thank you, Payam

  5. T. Emrich

    T. Emrich (August 17, 2008, 11:47AM )

    The most easy option is to watch them on the internet, on this page, but I guess you mean watching it on the local PC. The second option is to use Microsoft's HD view, you can view the picture locally after converting it to an appropriate format. Watching it locally is much faster, specially if you want to to some demonstrations. Feel free to contact me if you need more information...

  6. Payam Rahmani

    Payam Rahmani (August 16, 2008, 10:58AM )

    Which program do you use for watching this huge photos after stitching?

The GigaPan EPIC Series, Purchase an GigaPan EPIC model and receive GigaPan Stitch complimentary

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