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Kirkelandet and Innlandet, Kristiansund by Steinar Melby

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Taken by
Steinar Melby Steinar Melby
Explore score
118
Size
5.25 Gigapixels
Views
4051
Date added
Oct 25, 2011
Date taken
Oct 24, 2011
Categories
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Description

Kristiansund harbour. Innlandet to the left, Kirkelandet to the right. Nordlandet and Gomalandet in front left and right. The picture is taken from Bjønnahaugen, Nordlandet, Kristiansund and consist of 600 stitched images.


Gigapan Comments (7)

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  1. Frank Johnston

    Frank Johnston (May 17, 2013, 05:10PM )

    Nice pano with fantastic detail. Enjoyed a good hour nosing around and finding things. I'm new to using GigaPan Pro and have yet to nail the focusing side of things. Could you share your setting etc with us - every little helps. Thanks

  2. Steinar Melby

    Steinar Melby (January 13, 2013, 11:29AM )

    I don't know any reshoot techniques. I guess this is a photoshop job befor stitching or eventually editing it in the stitching software it self.

  3. Per Hoffmann Olsen

    Per Hoffmann Olsen (December 30, 2012, 05:18PM )

    The top of the boat, must be a boat that moved. Do you know of a way (if you discover it during photographing) to reshoot areas with the Epic by hand? GREAT PHOTO!

  4. Steinar Melby

    Steinar Melby (October 25, 2011, 12:31PM )

    Thanks for the feedback, bkaylor. Btw the man on the top of the boat is a mystery ;-) I think I'll investigate further. I'll comment when or if the mystery is solved.

  5. bkaylor

    bkaylor (October 25, 2011, 09:37AM )

    I think the best thing about this photo is the detail. People doing things, cars, boats, plants on balconies and lamps in windows; every part of the panorama has something interesting to find and it still looks great when you zoom out.

  6. Steinar Melby

    Steinar Melby (October 25, 2011, 03:22AM )

    Thanks Brusilia I'm still a humble learner and feedback like that warms ;-) There are som glitches in the panorama but overall I'm satisfied. I'm beginning to familiarize with the Epic Pro...more to come...

  7. Jacques Brusilia

    Jacques Brusilia (October 25, 2011, 03:17AM )

    Beautiful sharp stitch! Congratulation!

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