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things waiting for a move

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Here u see a soviet style room interior. So here I used my hand made pano head ( https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151647566793136&set=a.435578938135.223407.508913135&type=1&theater ) which, as someone correctly stated "does not look like a ninja head"  :) and now I tried ptguy instead of hugin for stitching. I am quite pleased with a result. This was a high dynamic range pano, and i used 3 different exposures. 1/60, 1/400, 1/2500 with 400 iso and f6.3 i believe. I am very happy with a result sins closest objects (like bicycle handle) where 50-70 cm away from lens, and for my pano head - that’s a challenge for sure :)

  • Udo Lenkewicz over 1 year ago
    I like your interiour pano! Please more :)
  • denbo68 over 1 year ago
    Nice ceiling.
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