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Offline AshSimmonds

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I think it is great,
A good way of getting a group photo and having it with clarity :thumbsup:

How long can the ladies stand/sit/drape still for? :scratchchin:




Offline PA

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Offline Paulstar


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It took my computer longer to merge the photos than it did to take them.

Took about 15mins to take the photos, and probably 45 mins to stitch in photoshop.

It's amazing, the clarity and all. What's the cost look like tho? If you could do a wall size picture of a really great view from a high up building I'd be interested in wacking that up on a wall  :)

Something like this http://cache.virtualtourist.com/15/3858516-View_from_Altitude_737_breathtaking_isnt_it_Montreal.jpg






Offline dkabab

It's amazing, the clarity and all. What's the cost look like tho? If you could do a wall size picture of a really great view from a high up building I'd be interested in wacking that up on a wall  :)

Something like this http://cache.virtualtourist.com/15/3858516-View_from_Altitude_737_breathtaking_isnt_it_Montreal.jpg

It depends on the view. Fly me to the destination and I'll take the photo for free. Landscape , I could effectively take up to 2GP easily.




Offline Paulstar


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It depends on the view. Fly me to the destination and I'll take the photo for free. Landscape , I could effectively take up to 2GP easily.

lol, I'm thinking more like the view from this place http://www.36levelsabove.com.au/



Offline dkabab

lol, I'm thinking more like the view from this place http://www.36levelsabove.com.au/

ive been up there, its a really nice view. ultimately though, id need to be outside, so unless it was a roof top i had access too, it would be pointless. BUT..... its quite dooable....



Offline Paulstar


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Offline dkabab

well yeah thats one thing... also glass will distort the image slightly. if the aim of this is for maximum clarity, the glass wont provide that.

it will still work inside, but will be better outside, if possible.

i might try it on a rooftop carpark and see how i go. a car with a fairly plain background is one thing, a city scape is probably much more difficult



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