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Full-Spectrum panoramic image

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  • bohonus
    A full spectrum (IR + UV + visible light) high resolution panoramic image I shot yesterday- http://tinyurl.com/o2geyj Shot using Panoscan MK3 with bare CCD
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 4, 2009
      A "full spectrum" (IR + UV + visible light) high resolution panoramic image I shot yesterday-

      http://tinyurl.com/o2geyj


      Shot using Panoscan MK3 with bare CCD (without the filters that are normally used with this camera) & Mamiya 55mm. There is a link also on that page to a "regular" panorama from the same location.
    • Daniel Reetz
      ... Very interesting. Aside from the odd color of the trees, are there any other image features which give away the multispectral nature of this image? Would
      Message 2 of 3 , Jun 4, 2009
        > Shot using Panoscan MK3 with bare CCD (without the filters that are normally
        > used with this camera) & Mamiya 55mm. There is a link also on that page to a
        > "regular" panorama from the same location.

        Very interesting. Aside from the odd color of the trees, are there any
        other image features which give away the multispectral nature of this
        image?

        Would you consider, in the future, shooting two images,one with, and
        one without filters, and then making a "difference panorama"?

        Nice work,
        DR
      • bohonus
        ... Sure, the camera s motorized so the images would line up well for that. There are numerous differences but foliage and sky are the primary ones. Exposure
        Message 3 of 3 , Jun 4, 2009
          --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Daniel Reetz <danreetz@...> wrote:
          >
          > > Shot using Panoscan MK3 with bare CCD (without the filters that are normally
          > > used with this camera) & Mamiya 55mm. There is a link also on that page to a
          > > "regular" panorama from the same location.
          >
          > Very interesting. Aside from the odd color of the trees, are there any
          > other image features which give away the multispectral nature of this
          > image?
          >
          > Would you consider, in the future, shooting two images,one with, and
          > one without filters, and then making a "difference panorama"?
          >
          > Nice work,
          > DR

          Sure, the camera's motorized so the images would line up well for that. There are numerous differences but foliage and sky are the primary ones. Exposure time is also significantly different (taking about half the time without filters) which might make the "difference" more significant on that fact alone (even if I try to compensate?). I'll give it a try next time I am out.
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