Beautiful Sunday today, great skies and a great place to be shooting at, Chinese Garden.
I actually took another set of the Fuk Tai Chi Museum as I noticed that when it came to the shot with PWC building etc in view, the shots will of course, be overexposed and so the idea is to merge and use this other sets of photos that has the same ISO, Aperture but different Shutter speed. This set is shot at 1/20 secs merged with the 0.3 secs shots thus the inside of the Museum looks clear (0.3) and so does the outside (1/20) with the outside buildings and details of the Museum’s roof viewable. The above is the first try. It’s done using Masking in Photoshop CS2.
Nope, I did not change a camera (yet!), this is taken in Tungsten White Balance, makes the places look “cooler”. Taken yesterday but only managed to have time to put it together and the nadir is really hard for this one.
On my way back after Vivocity, passed this park, had my stuffs so why not. I truely know now that even with a perfect Equirectangular image, exporting using Pano2QTVR can still give tons of error with grey images or odd colored tiles.
i think i got it right at last. +40 degrees up and -30 degrees below shots with 30 degrees per row of shots giving me altogether 24 photos plus 1 x zenith and 1 x nadir, total 26 shots and i got this! Quite many photos to take to have this but trying with 8 shots which is equvilent to 45 degrees per shot for 2 rows (+45 and -30) totally 14 (6 x 2 + 1 zenith and 1 nadir) leaves me with a lot of work in PTGui later setting control points after control points…
Remastered to a higher resolution and made full screen, the way it’s meant to be seen! Click on top image to see the full screen version.
Taken this afternoon, took a day leave to figure out this zenith pronlem and to rest. Here it is.
Click here to full screen(Will open new Window so won’t disrupt your surfing as the browser will resize automatically). Will be changing to link image to full screen QTVR (Quicktime VR) soon and for all future panos.