Images from Bear Mountain and NYC (large pics)

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by RFCGRAPHICS, Nov 20, 2005.



    Apr 30, 2005
    While I wait for my D200, my D100 just keeps going and going and going.
    Some recent snapshots from the past week.
    (All taken with the nikkor 35-70. All panos stitched with PTgui)

    Perkins Memorial Drive - - 4 image panorama

    Perkins Memorial Drive 2 - - 5 image panorama

    Perkins Memorial Drive Solarization - - 3 image panoama
    View attachment 19722

    Bear Mountain Bridge - - 9 image panorama
    View attachment 19724

    The Farm - - 2 image panorama
    View attachment 19725

    Ice Skating in Bryant Park - 2 row 6 image panorama

    Ice Skating in Rockeller Center - 4 image panorama
    View attachment 19729

    Ice Skating in Rockefeller Center 2
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  2. JeffKohn


    Apr 21, 2005
    Houston, TX
    Nice work as usual, I love your panos. You mentioned PTGUI, if you're using the latest version do you use their new internal stitching engine, or panotools? I'm curious what you think about their new stitching engine. I purchased PTAssembler instead of PTGUI a while back, now I'm wondering if I made a mistake since things like 16-bit support are probably never going to be optimal with PTAssembler just because of limitations in autopano/panotools.
  3. FishSauce


    Aug 10, 2005
    Chicago, IL
    :eek: Stunning

    I like the "Perkins Memorial Drive Solarization " the most. By the way how or what is Solarization effect ? :confused:


    Apr 30, 2005
    Hi Jeff,
    I have never used PTAssembler but I can say that I am very suprised with PTgui. After using Realviz for the past few months, I can say that PTgui blows it away in regards to speed and quality of my panos. It has become my default stitching software. Download the demo and give it a try if you like :)

    Thanks for the comments




    Apr 30, 2005
    Hi Fishsauce,

    Many years ago I use to do solarizations in the darkroom. Back then it involved exposing your print to light during the developing process. Try to google kirlian solarization for some history.

    In todays digital darkroom, the effect was done with Nik Color Effects 2 plugin in photoshop.

    Thanks for the comments, I really enjoy seeing your image posts :)


  6. sfoxjohn


    May 1, 2005
    Marlton, NJ
    Perkins Memorial Drive 2 does it for me. A real wall hanger.

    Now I know I have to get serious about making panos.

    This 5 shot panorama effectively quintuples the resolution you would get with a single wide angle shot of the same content. Yes? Also 1/5 the noise?
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