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No kitchen

By kit-monster    
I have no kitchen. Or to be more precise, I've ripped out my kitchen. So this is my home office - plus most of my old kitchen. I've been experimenting with panoramic / hdr and this is the result of stitching / blending 51 images - 3 x 17 at .4s, 3.2s and 25s. I stitched the three separately exposed images with PTGui and then combined with Photomatix and tone mapped. I then made a few tweaks in PS before cropping and resizing. It's more of a proof of concept for me. I only wish I could have shot portrait rather than landscape but I need another bit of kit to do that. With a subject so close, the camera / lens has to pivot on the nodal point of the lens. I can do that with what I've got but only in portrait.

Tags: General Architecture Chaos Hdr Study Pano Home office Flash and lighting

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sparklep 9 146 1
28 Apr 2008 11:18PM
Oh dear hope this comes together soon. Great photo.

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Artois 10 405 1 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2008 11:28PM
good image, bet you can't wait for order to reappear!
stevieb 12 3.0k 2 Panama
2 May 2008 1:48PM
What bit of kit do you need or is that just an excuse? Smile

Don't you need to just find a way of rotating the camera using the front lens element as a pivotal point to get the effect you want?

BubbaG2000 9 767 1
14 May 2008 2:54PM
I know what you mean, panoramas in tight spaces are quite the nightmare! But well worth it and you have come out with a great image here. Full of clutter, the eye never gets bored!

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