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06/28 2015

Kurma

Virtual tour: Baikal.
8622x4311, 37.2MP
Andrej Versinin
  • today
    John Smith
  • 02/11 2019
    Evgenij Listuk

    Like the panorama! Only one thing spoils the impression from viewing - the presence of dark stripes on the clouds above the water - as I understand it, this is the problem of blending when assembling a panorama: (

  • 02/11 2019
    Andrej Versinin

    Thank. No, just blunted and did not remove the hood. Crop lens, with a pale cut edges on the full frame.

  • 02/11 2019
    Evgenij Listuk

    How did this prevent you from assembling? If you use PTGui, then there it is easy to throw out all unnecessary from the frame and it will not interfere (literally and figuratively) into the work of the blender.

  • 02/11 2019
    Andrej Versinin

    Few just 4 frames with a hood. In ptgui tried to regulate the crop - it is useless. With a shot of a blend of problems with the sky there. I really recently began to master the panorama, and perhaps I do not know all the subtleties.

  • 02/11 2019
    Evgenij Listuk

    Well, of course, it’s hard for me to judge without your source material how you got there :)

Panoramas in radius 10 km to panorama: Kurma panoramas, page 1


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05/09 2016

Hadartha

Virtual tour: Baikal ..
8622x4311, 37.2MP
Andrej Versinin

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Somewhere near Cape Hadart.
12770x6385, 81.5MP
Ferry - Khuzhir Lane, Irkutsk Region, Russia, 666137
Andrej Versinin
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