- Thomas, What I really want is an mrotatorR to shoot with crowds and traffic. But for now I ll try this approach. Those rings look nie, I m going to gettingMessage 1 of 39 , Aug 1, 2009View SourceThomas,
What I really want is an mrotatorR to shoot with crowds and traffic. But for now I'll try this approach. Those rings look nie, I'm going to getting consider them when I get a full frame dslr. thanks for sharing the links.
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Thomas Krueger <krueger@...> wrote:
> Hi Milo,
> in my opinion shooting "in the crowd" with a lot of people around is more
> interesting, but also more difficult.
> With a bit of experience you can shoot from a monopod, mounting the camera
> with a lensring. Fullframe cameras are better for this job, because with a
> Nikon 10.5 or a Tokina 10-17 fisheye (at 12) you need only 4 pictures for
> Quite interesting is the wooden BoBracket from www.bophoto.com/bracket
> Another do-it-yourself possiblity: www.langebilder.de/rohrschelle.htm
> Greetings, Thomas - http://www.thomaskrueger.eu thomaskrueger.eu
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- ... You mean the result would be a cylindrical pano, right? You wouldn t get the full 180-degree vertical view with that setup. kMessage 39 of 39 , Aug 11, 2009View SourceSometime around 11/8/09 (at 04:23 +0200) Jan Martin said:
>result would be a spherical pano, not an immersive pano.You mean the result would be a cylindrical pano, right? You wouldn't
get the full 180-degree vertical view with that setup.