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Old 12-02-2012, 06:35 PM   #1
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some of my hdr and panoramic snaps, guys just check it out and tell me how do you like it.
http://digitalbranch.blogspot.in/p/my-photography.html
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Old 28-02-2012, 07:41 PM   #2
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Hi,
any information about the camera rig and what's the resolution at which you captured them?
They look a bit saturated, but the information will certainly help to judge your way-out and will make it easier to comment

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Old 28-02-2012, 10:59 PM   #3
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hi,
sorry shashi I didn't get you what camera rig and resolution are you talking about. if you specify a bit it will be helpful to write you back.
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umm saroj,
I dunno much about HDR photography but what I wanted to ask was whether you used chrome ball to capture these and then re-edited them later with software like HDR-shop or something or you stitched different photographs captured via special camera rig where you place the camera on a tripod and rotate it at some rotation angle to capture whole 360 degrees ?

I asked about resolution because I think HDR images are captured with different exposures, so unless you have a better resolution image it's hard to get different light intensity values at different exposures.

There is much variation of HDRI capturing on-line, so I asked about your method and I am interested in knowing more about it.
Once again I don't know much about HDR photography so please let me know if this sounds okay or not ?

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Old 29-02-2012, 10:14 AM   #5
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Thank you shashi for your quarry,
I got your point. you are talking about 3d HDRI which we use for image based lighting purpose in 3d software right? But I have created these images using 2nd method which you have mention in your quarry. yes it is tripod and tripod head I have used to capture different expose. I have posted a brief article on how to create HDR panoramic image in my blog itself here is the link you can just go through it.
about resolution, I have got 18.2 mega pix. camera with EV Breakting shoots function which is the key element to create HDR images. just check this topic.

http://digitalbranch.blogspot.in/201...hdr-image.html

you can ask me if want to know more on photography and 3D animation. I checked your blog too. they are good. why don't you apply for google ad secane?

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Thanks this will help!

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