long (stepped out) panorama

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by Muchin, Mar 6, 2011.

  1. Muchin

    Muchin Guest

    A few years back when Doug was rattling on about his stepped out pano someone posted a link to a street panorama where the tog had gone along the street and took a photo every metre or so and stitched them. From memory it was New Zealand.

    Does anyone have a link to it or know where I can find a similar one? I have mate trying to do similar and remember that one had a bit of a run down on how he did it and what he did in the stitching stage
     
    Muchin, Mar 6, 2011
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  2. Muchin

    Paul Furman Guest

    Brett/Annika did one of a long brick school building. It only worked for
    the facade, not the 3D parts. A very long lens is your friend's best bet
    if there's room.
     
    Paul Furman, Mar 6, 2011
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    Savageduck Guest

    Doug's link seems to be long dead, but "Jeff R" posted this one back in
    2008, at the time the stepped out pano debate was at its height.
    < http://www.mendosus.com/jpg/tangalooma-walking-pano.jpg >

    Brett might also have some information in his archives.
     
    Savageduck, Mar 6, 2011
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    Jeff R. Guest


    Take it easy. That one's a joke.

    I know the one you mean, but can't find it.

    There's *this* one, from a stock photo site:
    http://www.worldpanoramastock.com/Russia_g195-Orthogonal_panorama_of_Arbat._Moscow_p13616.html
     
    Jeff R., Mar 6, 2011
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