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    Quote Originally Posted by spyboy
    Now I'm back up in New Hampshire, where I belong. Even as I kid in NJ I was happy in the fall/winter in my big red/black plaid lumberjack shirts and a pair of Timberlands.

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    Ha, my Timberlands have been to Tuckermans many times. They like the outdoors.
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    Ok, I just finished a massive amount of panoramics, 70 to be exact!

    Shots from all over the state. I need to go back and sort them out by date, but for now they're at least sorted by area.

    Enjoy.

    http://www.kmembrydesign.com/hdview/brettonwoods.aspx

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    it said i need to down load Beta 2 .is this safe to down load ?
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    I downloaded it and I am still alive and k.............
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    thanks some times you never know
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    Haha, it seems there's no road in NH that's not seen the tyres of your car, Spyboy. It was funny seeing that bridge - I ride my bike there all the time. Taken from Hilton Park, wasn't it?


    Edit: I just installed that what-ever-it-was out of curiousity. That was just amazing - I'd love to have what the camera cost; could probably pay my tuition, buy a house in Seattle in the shadow of Mount Rainier, and retire on the interest. You could just keep zooming in and in and in....

    Pretty neat, is what I mean to say...


    Another Edit: Those backhoes look so incredibly out of place against that stunning backdrop. Obviously, they needed them to build that building up there, but you don't really think about that. How did they get them up there? Surely tractor trailors can't get up the auto road?
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    Yeah I've done alot of driving in the past 2 years with my cameras

    My camera wasn't very expensive, all of those shots are made up of at least 3 photos, but some as many as 25 or so, stitched together to get those wide vista shots.

    Yes, that was Hilton Park, I couldn't remember the name of it, thank you for the reminder .

    btw: if you like those panoramics, take a look at these flash ones I did, full 360 degrees by 180 degrees. http://www.kmembrydesign.com/flash.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acrophobe
    Haha, it seems there's no road in NH that's not seen the tyres of your car, Spyboy. It was funny seeing that bridge - I ride my bike there all the time. Taken from Hilton Park, wasn't it?


    Edit: I just installed that what-ever-it-was out of curiousity. That was just amazing - I'd love to have what the camera cost; could probably pay my tuition, buy a house in Seattle in the shadow of Mount Rainier, and retire on the interest. You could just keep zooming in and in and in....

    Pretty neat, is what I mean to say...


    Another Edit: Those backhoes look so incredibly out of place against that stunning backdrop. Obviously, they needed them to build that building up there, but you don't really think about that. How did they get them up there? Surely tractor trailors can't get up the auto road?

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    Those are really neat. How many pictures does it take? And how can you stich them together so seamlessly?

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    for the 360x180 I shoot 8 shots (6 around, 1 up, 1 down), for the panos that I encoded to work with HD View, it's as many shots as I want.

    There's a few software packages that will stitch panoramics together (Realviz Stitcher, AutoPano Pro, PT Gui, Hughin, etc). Most can get you a fast stitch but then you have to tweak the control points to ensure proper stitching. Some of the 70 panos I uploaded have stitching issues (seams and parts that are out of whack, but with the amount I was processing, I didn't feel like going into detail on each one. I'll probably revisit a few of the ones I really like and adjust them).

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    Those are really neat. How many pictures does it take? And how can you stich them together so seamlessly?

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    I use "The Panaroma Factory" to do all my stitching. It is from Smokey City Design.
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