The New "Jardins de la Brèche" in Niort. France

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Affendy
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Fri Jan 08, 2016 2:14 pm

Hi All,
A re-edition of an old work in my town. The New "Jardins de la Brèche" renovated in 2013. There's a link in the INFO window for a cylindrical Virtual Tour of the same place done in 2OO1.

http://www.fnd-fnd.com/media/breche2013f

All comments are welcome ;-)
cheerio

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Fri Jan 08, 2016 5:43 pm

Great transitions....

I missed the link (i) info in the map popup.
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Fri Jan 08, 2016 7:46 pm

Hi 360Texas,
yes the (i) is a little buried in the window. I should make it bigger.
Thanks for the comment.
btw, I changed the link to the previous path : http://www.fnd-fnd.com/media/breche2013f for there were 2 versions. One without the HotSpots and another with. I rather not use the hotspots for they sort of intrudes in the pano BUT then it's easier for some to navigate. C'est la vie ;-)

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Fri Jan 08, 2016 9:20 pm

Nice: did You PhotoShop the clouds :?: (sorry for using this forbidden word) i have newer seen such clouds here.
i wonder what camera gears and objective that you use: great work.
Lots of new hardware on the market right now Nikon KeyMission 360 for example
wonder if this forum should have gallery called Hardware or Photo Equipment
EDIT: Noticed that the photographer made no shadow on the ground :D
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Fri Jan 08, 2016 9:55 pm

Svendus,
The clouds are natural at early spring and I must say we have that often here in Niort ;-)
No extraordinary configs here. Canon 60D. Bracket -2, 0, +2. A manfrotto pole at around 5 meters. A cheap wireless trigger. Samyang 8 mm and a warm cloudy day with lots of people visiting the new garden.
Here's another lots of clouds pano for a project I'm doing. It's one of the oldest and last tiles factory dating 1880.
For this I used Magic Lantern for bracketting. http://www.fnd-fnd.com/media/tuilerievictot2. I also use Weye Feye to control bracketting from my iPad for some other projects > http://www.fnd-fnd.com/media/bloc . I have lots of problem for the lightings. tungsten, fluorescent and LED all at the same time. I guess it's acceptable at the end. Well, we all need to learn something new everytime ;-)
Thanks for the comment.

Cheerio
Affendy
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