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Sloane Square

By mshepherd
I can finally afford to renew e2, so its time to reload a reworked version of my Sloane Square globe with the option to view large...

...Fundamentally itís the same shot I loaded at the end of 2006 but the stitching is improved through the use of PTgui over Autostitch (compare the paving in the centre of both)

The colour management has also improved (I hope!), This image was created from the RAW files rather than the low res jpegs and processed as a 16 bit file through PTgui into a layered PS file (2gb!). After cleaning its been converted into a sphere using Helmut Dersch's Remap filter (Rather than the polar co-ords tool in PS CS that only works in 8 bit).

Finally I have also used the Pinch filter in PS to decrease the globe slightly. (Following Ant's (aj_h)) comments on the last globe)

Comments and feedback welcomed.

Thanks for looking.

Matt

Tags: Panoramic Digitally manipulated Sloane square Ptgui

Voters: yuno, sut68, NevP and 14 more


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Comments


Maddie 11 2.7k 2 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2007 3:36PM
how different is this, needs to be viewed large to see the buildings etc

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pennyspike 13 2.1k 29 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2007 3:37PM
I like the abstract nature of this. Very good stitchery.

Penny
PatrickSmith 11 1.2k 2 United States
15 Jan 2007 3:42PM
Incredible. The big version is a must. Now we just need a way to rotate these sorts of images in EPZ. Um...Pete?? (Users are never happy, are they..lol) I like this one better too.

Patrick
Coleslaw 11 13.4k 28 Wales
15 Jan 2007 3:48PM
Yeap, incredible!
rvanr 13 37 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2007 3:57PM
Like it! I think it might be even better if you rotate it 90 degrees clockwise, which would bring the big beautiful tree to the top.
BlueRoom 10 73 20 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2007 4:52PM
A beautiful twinkly, golden world.
I shall make a point of landing there next time I'm passing.

Eric.
User_Removed 12 16 1 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2007 5:11PM
You just had to stop and visit. great work

Di
The_Collector 10 4 1 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2007 6:08PM
Oh totally fantastic, I wish I could do this.
Excellent image so well constructed.

Darren.
AntHolloway 11 168 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2007 7:31PM
A good job indeed, you can really see the difference in the paving slabs. Cheers for the info on the processing.

Ant.
sybilla 12 258
19 Jan 2007 8:57PM
This effect look like far too much hard work for me so I am glad you are doing it so well

Clares
yuno 12 271 Croatia
21 Jan 2007 10:57PM
omg it's a planet!!!

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