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2008-11-13
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10 Years of Panowork

Here is something to lough about

http://www.marktold.com/2/images/quicktimevr.mov my very first pano.

Shot with a sony video cam

Yes we have come a long way to were we are today.

Markus

www.flash-panoramas.com


Nikon D70s, Sigma 8 mm, 4 to 12 shots, Agnos MrotatorTShort, PTGui, PS CS3, and lots of other software :-)
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2008-11-14
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Much improvement from your first to the Bell 430.

I have to ask about the Bell 430, were you air born when doing the pano or add the scenery in post? I have access to airplanes and would love to add some type of scenery instead of pulling the shades down. I can not get air born so that option is out for me.

I noticed the logo also included a Falcon, what types of aircraft are in their fleet?

Nice stuff, especially one who loves aviation.
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2008-11-19
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Dear Pixelator

No I was not air born. Think about how hard it would be to get it somehow stable. Not even to mention to ask the pilots do get invisible.

Another chopper shot that clearly was not taken in the air http://www.marktold.com/panoramas/galerie/small.aspx?T=f&pano=heli_01_small.swf

Concerning the Falcon here is a shot http://www.marktold.com/panoramas/galerie/small.aspx?T=f&pano=falcon2000_small.swf 

I think its a falcon2000 at least this is what I named the pano when I shot it :-)

So bottom line is. Take your shuts on the ground with the shades open and put some work in in postproduction. It is not only more convenient but also cheaper then get the birds in the air just for taking panos in shacky envirement.

Regards Markus


Nikon D70s, Sigma 8 mm, 4 to 12 shots, Agnos MrotatorTShort, PTGui, PS CS3, and lots of other software :-)
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2008-11-19
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Thanks Marcus

You do have a point about not being very stable while airborne. Your stills that you used in the windows came from being airborne though. Did you take these or purchase them?

Mine would look pretty stupid if I just used ground stills.

Looks like it might be a 2000, nice work!

Regards Matt
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2008-11-14
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Actually it is rather good considering the camera and equipment you were using.

Bit fuzzy and tiny window... back then we all were experimenting


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