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Walking by these buildings before night fell, it was too great not to capture.

  

Fujifilm X-Pro1

Voigtlander 40mm f/1.4

9 piece stitched panorama

On permanent display on the cliff top at Pegwell Bay is a replica of the Viking ship 'Hugin' which sailed from Denmark to Thanet in 1949 to celebrate the 1500th anniversary of the invasion of Britain. Brothers Hengist and Horsa were the legendary leaders of the first Anglo-Saxon-Jutish settlers in Britain around 450 A.D said to have landed in Ebbsfleet just outside Ramsgate in Kent.

Assemblage de 6 images avec hugin - Premier panoramique d'une série que j'espère longue

Large is much better or even larger (2.8mb 5000pixels)

 

We were fortunate enough to be able to visit Barrenjoey Lighthouse this weekend just gone and I just couldn't resist the opportunity to make a 360 degree panorama.

 

This was made up from 19 photos shot in portrait handheld while walking around the outside of the lighthouse.

 

Stitching was a nightmare as my first attempt had some big misalignments... and each mistake takes another couple of hours to stitch and blend, fortunately I managed to get it all working reasonably well on my second go, only one minor misalignment (I'm not including the waves) that shouldn't be visible at this lower resolution.

 

Full sized image is 17514 pixels wide.

 

Expect to see some more photos from this weekend in the days to come when I get around to sorting through them all.

Vectorama HDR image from this magnificent little detailed Chapel part of the hughe Liverpool Cathedral. 15 images were used to process 5 HDR images which are stitched together into a vectorama using Hugin Software.

Hugin panoramic mount of views of "Plage de la Garonne" at sunset, repainted. Le Pradet (Var), France.

Explore Jan 7th 2011

 

96 shot pano shot at three exposures.

Stitched with Hugin.

 

Shot with a standard kit lens. Three panoramas stiched at three exposures and then HDR'd.

 

This one stitched pretty well to be honest.

Thanks for looking...............

 

You can see the inverted projection here:

www.flickr.com/photos/digitalysed/5323931026

 

Explored Jan 7th 2011

This raven was sitting on our boathouse.

 

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Alpes Italiennes depuis le col de la Lombarde

Lucca, Piazza dell'Anfiteatro

Walking by these buildings before night fell, it was too great not to capture.

  

Fujifilm X-Pro1

Voigtlander 40mm f/1.4

9 piece stitched panorama

  

grumble.

 

hugin seems to be barfing on me. all sorts of lighting artifacts. oh well.

 

I'm sick of this one though, so here it is!

 

I think it's still an intersting comparison to the wide angle lens version of this same shot.

Not a perfect panorama but 180°

Just trying to get around with my new 10-24mm

London has changed quiet dramatically in the last couple of years, with new tall skyscrapers that have changed (and will change more) the London Skyline. So I gave my go to a panorama (I don't do them very often, maybe I should) and I have tried to stitch together a 6x17 panorama (a weird format that I particularly love for panos).

 

6x17 experiment pano, out of 7 portrait pictures (stitched with Hugin)

Stitched from 8 pictures taken with a Nikkor 50mm. The original has a size of ca. 57MP. I am thinking about printing it 240x60, but I will need to move into a bigger flat first ... ;)

Software usado para componer la panorámica: HUGIN

Software Libre multiplataforma(GNU/Linux,MacOs,MSWindows) y multi-lenguaje

sitio: hugin.sourceforge.net/

Coombe Pool Coventry.

A swan was on its nest, a woodpecker resonated, reed birds flitted, an alarmed pheasant strode away and ducks sailed off for breakfast.

Trying my new Irix 15mm. Four shots, 30s exposure each at ISO 1600, stitched vertically.

96 shot pano shot at three exposures.

Stitched with Hugin.

 

Shot with a standard kit lens. Three panoramas stiched at three exposures and then HDR'd.

 

This one stitched pretty well to be honest.

Thanks for looking...............

 

You can see the stereographic projection here:

www.flickr.com/photos/digitalysed/5334164997/

Stitched with Hugin and a 8mm Peleng on a Olympus E-300. My personal Camera Musem.

Downtown Pittsburgh on a cold night. Stitch pano, tone-mapped from single exposure (i.e. only only one exposure setting per frame) raw files.

Fujifilm X-Pro1

Voigtlander 40mm f/1.4

There are a couple more odd bits about Olga's over on the blog.

On constate des défauts sur le gravier et les fenêtres de gauche, il faut que j'améliore le traitement avec Hugin. Si vous avez une idée je suis preneur...

My first experiment with focus stacking using Enfuse, shots were aligned using Hugin

Enfuse Command Line:

--HardMask --wContrast=1 --wExposure=0.001 --wSaturation=0.001

Panoramic view of sydney from the ferry to Manly Beach

Sony Alpha 500 + Sigma 17-50mm

Hugin Panoramic avec 12 images

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