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PostPosted: Sun Oct 10, 2010 11:31 am 
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Just added a new Gigapixel photo of the Eiffel Tower. This is the one I am using for the gigapixel photo tutorial. As this one required a special motorized head, I also shot a lower resolution version by hand, which I will also show in the tutorial.

Can you spot the kissing couple?

Tutorial to follow sometime this week, hopefully.....

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Found the kissing couple! :wink:

Pixel peepers must go crazy for this image! And I'll have to admit I really like it as well, all that detail!

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well spotted! I only spotted them as I went through the photo to remove faces, though I just realised I forgot to remove the faces from the lifts!

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Is it really necessary to remove all the faces, just out of interest?

Also, what focal length lens did you use for this? I presume its something quite long.

Nice shot though :)


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Yes, in France it is the law. Most of the time it is ok, but for sure you could get into trouble if you leave them in (I have a few that I need to remove from some other gigapixel photos).

I used the 100-400 @400 for this. In total I took 207 photos, though I cropped a bit so probably around 180 photos for the final version.

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Here's mine!

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This beautiful stained glass window can be seen inside Durham Cathedral. It is a birds eye view of the `Last Supper`. Judas is the one sitting on the left hand side and slightly away from the table. This was quite high up in a recess and I only had a few seconds to take this shot. There was a pillar to the left of me, i also had to stand in front of the `photographs not allowed` sign :oops: :oops: i was quite pleased it came out. I do not usually ignore `no photography ` signs, and the guilt i felt at doing so quickly passed. Its a lovely colourful and modern stained glass window. Sue.

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Had a photo meeting with some guys from Tweakers, had a blast. Didn't really go there for the phtoography though.

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Still in test, a photomerge for my coursework:

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Came across a person’s pet Iguana named Zeus today.

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@eagle.

those rocks in the back seem a tad distracting. maybe a different angle would work better...


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Yeah but i don't think there's too much I could do there tbh, I was out on a point ( sorta) and I didn't want to get my shoes soaked.
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