Per Lysgaard - pottery

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Per Lysgaard - pottery

Postby PanoMapper » Sun Jul 24, 2011 9:48 am

The fantasy world of the renowned Norwegian sculpturer. whilst raising a few eyebrows, nevertheless makes his gallery a popular destination when visitors come to the UNESCO World Heritage town of Roeros in central Norway.

http://tactus360.com/panos/lysgaard/index_b.html

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Re: Per Lysgaard - pottery

Postby Hopki » Sun Jul 24, 2011 12:01 pm

Wow, nice one Jon.
I like this a lot, interesting to know how much time in post processing and what Camera / lens combo you using?
It has a sort of dark feel to it, which is very atmospheric.
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Re: Per Lysgaard - pottery

Postby Panhad » Sun Jul 24, 2011 6:52 pm

Very good quality . Nice job!!

I am wondering what Camera and lens you used for this 360 interactive panorama?
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Re: Per Lysgaard - pottery

Postby PanoMapper » Sun Jul 24, 2011 7:02 pm

Well . . .

Pano2VR, of course. Nikon D300s and 10,5mm lens; 5 shots at minus 2 processed with DxO and tone-mapped with HDR Darkroom. The head was a 360Precision Adjuste and was stitched using a template, for which the average CP distance was around 0,4 pixels. The sky was pasted in, sinceit was a dreary day; for that I removed the old sky using MaskPro 4.1 and replaced it with anothe taken the same time, butin not so enclosed a space.

About 12 hours work altogether.

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Re: Per Lysgaard - pottery

Postby Hopki » Sun Jul 24, 2011 7:04 pm

Well Jon
Worth the time :D
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Re: Per Lysgaard - pottery

Postby PanoMapper » Sun Jul 24, 2011 7:26 pm

Yes, but sadly, that reduces the profit considerably :( . For what one is paid in relation with the time spent, I was working at less than 20 quid an hour. Not a lot in Norway !

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Re: Per Lysgaard - pottery

Postby Hopki » Sun Jul 24, 2011 8:22 pm

Humm, that said I see your point.
However its a good example to demonstrate your skills. :)
I am sure this would look awesome in print, Equirectangular or other projections, after seeing some of the Panoramas at the IVRPA exhibitions I would look at this as a possible option, please see: http://www.omercalev.com/
Met this chap, very inspirational work.
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Re: Per Lysgaard - pottery

Postby PanoMapper » Mon Jul 25, 2011 11:20 am

Well, there were some terribly flattering and undeserved comments . . . Thanks to all for the positive feedback.

But the best one will be when the cheque comes! Meat that evening!

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Re: Per Lysgaard - pottery

Postby Panhad » Tue Jul 26, 2011 12:29 am

Excellent quality . Nice job!!
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Re: Per Lysgaard - pottery

Postby PanoMapper » Fri Jul 29, 2011 4:30 pm

This particular gallery has been superceded with the full tour, so the images mentioned no longer work.

A new posting is posted in the Websites Gallery.

Thanks.

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