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  • Michael Seljos

    Great photos Neil. You continue to inspire me to get out and try new things.

    May 04, 2008
  • Thank you very much Michael! I try to be imaginative with my photography, and sharing what I learn brings me happiness. I would love for you to share the “new things” you try! Send me a link to the photos, and maybe I can share them with the blog readers!

    May 05, 2008
  • I have been interested in panoramics for a long time, and have dabbled, but never really got anywhere due to the problems of publishing them.

    How do you get the above display system working?

    also, I use Hugin to map them, what do you use?

    May 07, 2008
  • Thingomy: I understand what you mean. Until recently, Quicktime was the best option, but it was far from ideal. With recent versions of Flash, new features have been added which allow for interactive panoramas. I used Pano2VR to prepare the panorama into a flash file, which I have displayed in the blog via an IFrame.

    I use the excellent PTGui for stitching and blending my panoramas.

    May 09, 2008

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