Some more spherical panoramas...

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by JPS, May 4, 2007.

  1. ...i'm really having a great time building QTVR panoramas :smile: !

    Pity one can't upload them in here :frown: ...

    Here's the last one i shot: my living-room !

    original.

    This image is the equirectangular view of a 360 x 180 image... to see the "real" full-screen moving thing, go to http://www.panoguide.com/gallery/260/

    As usual, comments, critics, advices, etc... ?

    Cheers, J-P.
     
  2. Gale

    Gale

    978
    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    That is just to cool:>))
    Beautiful work JP
     
  3. I always liked messing with the 360 degree pics, I've done 3 of them, none that impressive, but fun to test out.

    All outdoors, if you want to see them heres the links (Warning files are 7-9MB's)
    First one i ever did
    http://www.norristology.com/360/whoo.mov

    You can actually see the gondola i took these pics from in the First movie
    http://www.norristology.com/360/gondola.mov

    And this one I did without a tripod (probably my most interesting one too)
    The bridge you can see in all three is the same bridge (Okanagan Lake Floating Bridge, in Kelowna, British Columbia)
    http://www.norristology.com/360/boucherie.mov
     
  4. Nice one J-P! Very impressive with the vertical panning, seeing the coffee table and the ceiling!

    BTW, did you clean up you living room for this? :wink:

    Regards,
    Jonathan
     
  5. RFCGRAPHICS

    RFCGRAPHICS

    Apr 30, 2005
    Excellent !!!! You have become quite the master with these 360 panoramas. One of these days I will have to hit you up for help. :) I dont believe people fully realize how difficult the process can be.



    Regards

    RFC
     
  6. Thanks Gale !

    :smile:
    J-P.
     
  7. Hi Norris ! (name correct ?)

    Nice panos ! I had done quite a few horizontal panoramas in the past, (http://www.pbase.com/scherrer/panoramas), but never thought of making *.MOV files out of them...

    I only started shooting 360 x 180 (spherical) ones about two months ago... it's very interesting but i guess after a while, it will be getting harder and harder to find NEW subjects to shoot :confused:...

    Cheers,
    J-P.
     
  8. Hi Jonathan ! Thanks for the kind words !

    YES, before to shoot, i had to clean some of my wife's "mess", like hand-bag(s), cigarettes and lighter, ashtray(s), etc...:mad: !

    :wink:
    J-P.
     
  9. Wow... Robert, you succeded to make me blush :Dizzy:... Now, seriously, if you want to see real "masters of spherical panos, go and have a look at http://www.panoguide.com/gallery/ ! There, there are photographers who have been shooting that kind of panoramas for years, so they know much better than me !

    You're more than welcome Robert ! I'm sure that, with "the eye" you have for urban landscapes (in particular), you could (will?) get fantastic things !!!

    ...and it not that difficult in fact, one only need to have the proper lens, good software(s) and... patience !

    Cheers,
    J-P.

    EDITED ! I just had a look at your Pbase galleries :smile:... your "Balcony 360" QTVR is absolutly great ! IMHO, you don't have anything more to LEARN about 360 degrees panos :wink: !
     
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