Unearthed the RB67 for another roll, this time with the 180mm f/4.5 Sekor C. Natural light, shot wide open, dev’d in the same ancient xtol.
Tasked with taking a profile photo for a work blog for Fiona. Daylight & single strobe + shoot-through umbrella on camera right, small reflector on camera left. Most of these weren’t what the actual task called for :3
A couple of months ago I shot my second gigapixel panorama, inside the Bell Pettigrew museum in St Andrews, for the Skyward exhibition of Kit Martin’s wonderful cyanotypes that opened tonight at the university’s Gateway Galleries. Visitors to the gallery can use a wireless controller to look around & zoom in to the pano.
View it in its full resolution glory beneath – click the right most icon to go full screen, click & drag to move, scroll to zoom.
We finally invested in a KRPano license at work, so now I can show off the gigapixel panoramas I’ve taken in their full resolution glory on the Web :)
Click the right most icon to go full screen, click & drag to move, scroll to zoom – I particularly recommend the stained glass windows, as hinted at in the previous post!
Another little PTGui workflow video, this one about 2 hours sped up to under 5 minutes.