Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by The Barbarian, Jan 15, 2020.
That works well. I've got a feeling that is the second fish-eye carousel on here sometime in the last ... hmmm ... 3 years.
Works really well.
About the only fish-eye shot I have ever seen that appeals to me!
Actually, it's not a fish-eye. About 20 cell phone images put together in Microsoft ICE, with the "orthographic" option.
That surprises me, a lot.
I am often amazed by what you can do with a cell phone, but so much is dependent upon clever processing software to deal with its optical limitations.
If you look carefully at the metal poles that the horses hang on you'll see some places where the software fails. The image will look fine on a small screen, but for a larger image a real 'fish-eye' lens on a real camera will be needed (and only one shot to take, not twenty).
Yes. The software doesn't fail, necessarily. It's very hard to rotate a cell phone at the nodal point of the lens. A DSLR would do it better. But the camera I had...
That really looks like a snow globe! Very clever!
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