Vertical Panorama

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  1. virtualTune

    virtualTune Active Member

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    Been out last night again and got this Panorama. It was quite hard to get the tones between rthe 5 pictures right. The original Final image is almost 10000 pixels high :-D

    Anyways:

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    Cannot see the intersection lines ;) Well done.
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    you can @ original size xD on flickr
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    Very nicely done.
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    Looks good VT. :)
    I need to get out and do some more panoramas.I really have fun with those. :)
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    Yeah me too. I am actually starting a new project where i am showing a "boring" day from the perspective of a dog. Since dogs have a viewing field of 240 degreees and very different color sensors, it is quite interesting to do these. Below are my first 2 images. Keep in mind that dogs dont see red or orange, but yellow instead. Also, everything that is green, they perceive as black and white.

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    Getting ready to go outside. Originally this was a lot darker as i took the image at like 6am, but due to the larger pupil dogs see much better in the dark.

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    Walking the dog!
    PS: @mods, If you think this should be a new topic, please go ahead and move it.

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