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Re: A differant direction for presentation of photo's
« Reply #15 on: September 04, 2008, 11:18:14 PM »
cheers Stef I was pleased the studio is a friends workshop he is a traditional sign writer (a dying breed over here) I used to erect his signs hope that didn't sound too sexual anyway I though it would be a good subject I think I made a mistake lowering the quality of the shots will go extra fine next time is there a way of making it smoother say by taking the shots closer together or doing more zooms it is as you say addictive but I will have to go a long way to beat the subject so may repeat it anyway thanks for the encouragement definitely will do some more and post the results speak soon all the best John B
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Re: A differant direction for presentation of photo's
« Reply #16 on: September 04, 2008, 11:28:33 PM »
gee thanks wildieswife haven't been on here to  long myself it really gets hold of me to do this stuff if you have a go it doesn't seem to matter about exposure or anything that much but it does eat processing power as I said earlier it took over an hour to upload and in that time I couldn't even get my homepage up but thanks again for the comments if you have a go definitely post it good luck and welcome to the forum
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Re: A differant direction for presentation of photo's
« Reply #17 on: September 13, 2008, 09:45:52 AM »
Just to prove that I got lucky before made a pigs ear of this one after waiting about a week for the weather to break either too windy or raining dashed out in the garden yesterday and did this one I am really disappointed  but then again it is a learning curve will spend more time on composition etc. next time am going to do it again but it took 7 hours to process and then told me it had failed so had to download the fix and retry but it remembered everything done on the failed one so was really quick anywayhere goes http://photosynth.net/view.aspx?cid=9b66b936-ef34-4096-81bd-ac421f058970&i=0:0:66&z=375.4416383999999&g=0&p=0:0&m=false&c=-5.35645:3.74037:-0.142364&d=-0.897405:1.75994:1.57444
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Re: A differant direction for presentation of photo's
« Reply #18 on: September 14, 2008, 03:00:54 AM »
Just looked at it but have to say prefer the artist's studio. This last one has too much green in it to hold my eye for long. I think including some colour highlights/ close ups of something other than greenish stuff would hold the interest longer? I really like your artist studio stuff and would try to expand on that one. It nicely shows your friends studio and generally speaking once perfectionised you can actually make money with this stuff... think in terms of advertisement for exhibitions in galleries- one can show the surrounding and give glimpses into the upcoming stuff...trust me with that multi-media stuff one can make a living!
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Re: A differant direction for presentation of photo's
« Reply #19 on: September 14, 2008, 03:48:23 AM »
Do you need the program photosynth to view these? The link takes me to a photosynth download page.
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Re: A differant direction for presentation of photo's
« Reply #20 on: September 14, 2008, 04:26:14 AM »
I really liked the sign writers workshop - although there  were less images ( you must have used 300+ on the last) it was more intimate and welcoming.
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Re: A differant direction for presentation of photo's
« Reply #21 on: September 14, 2008, 11:22:35 AM »
hello all,yes I know the last one was a mess,thought I would post it because it shows that I need to plan it I will do some more I think it was a case of the sun is out the wind has dropped lets just take loads of photo's as quick as possible. I now know the programme is not the genius I first thought and to Baldy I don't know about viewing maybe the Ladies can answer that one thanks for the comments I am going to take notice and to Stef great Idea but I really must do loads more or it might turnout the sign shop was just luck
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Re: A differant direction for presentation of photo's
« Reply #22 on: September 14, 2008, 05:33:07 PM »
Baldy- yes you need to download the program to be able to look at these. Oldy Baldy- yes keep my suggestion in mind- there is a market for it out there.
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Re: A differant direction for presentation of photo's
« Reply #23 on: September 14, 2008, 08:16:13 PM »
Hello Stef once again thanks for the encouragement but the sign shop was like that I did not set it and as they say there in lies the rub I have worked with designers and have always been in awe of the ease with which they place things on the set and change the atmosphere completely to my mind I would have to be able to look at the job and design the whole thing to put a required slant on things,and I do not have that vision i can do the photography with a bit of practice but it needs a hell of a lot more than that anyway time to stop rambling on  ta again John B
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