Training the next generation of panographers
- I don't post here very often, but I thought I share this story and
panorama. I haven't shot anything especially exciting lately, but
I've been trying to do QTVRs of the various events I've attended, from
local things to my partner's PhD graduation.
I had the pleasure of spending a few days with my nieces this weekend,
the older of whom loves taking pictures with my cameras. She's going
to be four in two months, and has been shooting with me since before
her third birthday, pressing the shutter and reviewing her results on
the LCD screen. She's only gotten better since then, and whenever I
visit, she asks me when we get to take pictures. On this trip, I
decided to involve her in the creation of a QTVR. I positioned her,
and gave her the little remote for the D70, and off we went. She shot
most of the six shots around, except when she couldn't manage the line
of sight to the sensor. I added the zenith and nadir, and of course
did the stitching. I put it together before we headed home, and she
was very excited by her "hanarama," as she pronounced it.
It's at http://www.learningtoflyoriginals.com/panorama.html
<http://www.learningtoflyoriginals.com/panorama.html> - the one
called "Molly shooting her first QTVR"
spreading VR wherever I can
Julie Pecenco Photography
Photography and Panoramic Imaging
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i don't post much either, but i have to do so now, to tell you your
story and pano touched my heart. absolutely beautiful in every way.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "pecenco" <jpecenco@...> wrote:
> I don't post here very often, but I thought I share this story and
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