Summary of the highlights of September

Publicado em 03-10-2013 na seção de Press

Por viewAt.org Team

129 new panoramas have been published this month on viewAt.org.
Of which the fived more rated are:


Amerigo Vespucci, buque escuela de la Armada Italiana

by Susana López


Union Station KC

by Randy Kosek


Taj Mahal, Agra, India

by Wilfried Glocar


The Palace of Junagarh Fort, Bikaner, India

by Wilfried Glocar


Mesa Verde Colorado

by CAZENAVE Stéphane

And the most relevant authors are:

Carlos Anillo
from Logroño, La Rioja, España

Barcud Revnik
from North Wales, UK

Sand B

CAZENAVE Stéphane
from Lutèce

John Michael Leslie
from London, UK

Summary of the highlights of August

Publicado em 03-09-2013 na seção de Press

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Summary of the highlights of July

Publicado em 03-08-2013 na seção de Press

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Summary of the highlights of June

Publicado em 04-07-2013 na seção de Press

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Summary of the highlights of May

Publicado em 03-06-2013 na seção de Press

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Size Matters: How to Build a HUGE Panoramic Photo, From Capture to Final Image

Publicado em 15-05-2013 na seção de Presentations

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It´s great to see how Chase Jarvis one of the most charismatic and great photographer explains how to do a large panorama. Good to see how this type of photography it´s getting more popular. Check out his facebook profile and check out his blog where he explains how to do a large panorama with several tools :).

Here we show a sneak peak of the post. 

The advent of digital photography has not only created easy access to photography like never before, it also has opened up creative and technical possibilities in image making that were once unimaginable. Creating large panoramas with theoretically limitless resolution is just one of those new frontiers. Photographers are pushing the processing limits of computer hardware with interactive panoramas well past the gigapixel range. The largest I found is a 272 gigapixel panorama of Shanghai, China. Pretty huge.

I’ll be talking about something a little easier to attain for those of us working on Mac Pros and iMacs (and even Windows machines I guess) — panoramas composited from far fewer frames than that needed to get a 272 gigapixel panorama.

For more info. Check out his article How to builed a huge panoramic photo

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