Pushkar, Large Panoramic Photo

#31 Jun 22nd, 2007, 01:25
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Originally Posted by vireya View Post Yesterday when I looked at the first image, I got the blue flashing "Zoomify" message. Later in the day I upgraded Flash to version 9, and now when I look at the image it works fine. So for anyone who just sees the blue Zoomify, try upgrading to Flash 9.
Unless, of course, you are still using a Mac with OS 9.

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Here’s a new 360VR panoramic photo that I just put together showing
the Pushkar Camel Fair near sunset. I really like the way this one
turned out but I‘m not sure about the colors because I just got a new
24” Samsung monitor and things don‘t look the same.

Canon 20D 10-22mm lens and 16 shots.
QuickTime is needed to view it.
http://www.camelphotos.com/india2/pushkar4.html
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Thumbs up

Looks splendid again over here Cameleer. Colors look like, well, sunset'ish to me
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Absolutely fabulous [and it's in Quicktime so I can view it]!

It looks just like what it looked like. The colors on our Mac LCD screen look like the colors of our own photos of the same on this screen. What year was the photo taken?

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Originally Posted by hfot2 View Post Absolutely fabulous [and it's in Quicktime so I can view it]!

It looks just like what it looked like. The colors on our Mac LCD screen look like the colors of our own photos of the same on this screen. What year was the photo taken?

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This photo was taken in 2005, my first time to India, for that matter this was also my first time overseas!
I have also added this to my Pushkar Camel Fair webpage where they will open up in true full screen for the best viewing:
http://www.camelphotos.com/pushkar.html

I still have a lot more work that needs to be done on this webpage, but it’s getting there.
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Here’s a very high quality 360 VR panoramic with audio added so you can hear the people and camels as you view it. Now if I can just add the smell. Oh well, you will just have to imagine the smell of dust, smoke, burning animal dung and camels.
Oh yeah and do a little coughing when you view this and it will really seem like your there in India.

This is a very large file 6.5MB so I hope you have a high speed connation.
http://www.zebratalk.com/pushkar_camels2.html
#37 Jul 5th, 2007, 03:06
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Pushkar Panoramic Photos

Hi all, I’ve been working hard on improving my 360 VR panoramic photos.
QuickTime is need to open them and the file size is around 2MB

This one shows camels at the water trough in the heat of midday with thousands of others in all directions.
http://www.camelphotos.com/india2/pushkar_water2.html

Here’s one showing the horses at the Pushkar Fair. These are Marwari horses that can be easily recognized by how the tips of their ears touch together. You can also see how they stack the horses out with a lead rope and a rope going to both hind legs.
In the roped off area is one of the places at the fair where they are drying out camel droppings and you can see a woman heading over there carrying a pan full of them on her head.
http://www.camelphotos.com/india2/pushkar_horses.html

Enjoy,
Roger Berry
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Originally Posted by Cameleer View Post Hi all, I’ve been working hard on improving my 360 VR panoramic photos.
QuickTime is need to open them and the file size is around 2MB
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Enjoy,
Roger Berry
Roger, these pictures and views are absolutely fantastic! Thanks!!
#39 Jul 5th, 2007, 08:52
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Pushkar Panoramic Photos

Amazing! They couldn't have been better, it's just like being there... If wishes were horses...Sigh!
#40 Jul 7th, 2007, 18:19
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Pushkar Cattle

Here’s one more that I just got done putting together, this is closer to the main road where the cattle are at the fair.
http://www.camelphotos.com/india2/pushkar_cattle.html

Now if I can just add the smell, but for now you will just have to
imagine the smell of a lot of dust, smoke, burning animal dung,
campfires, camels, horses, cattle and the sweet smells of exotic
foods cooking.

Canon 20D, Sigma 8mm F/3.5 lens, 4-17 foot telescoping pole, taken
with 4 shots in raw, stitched with PTGui and put through Pano2QTVR.

Enjoy,
Roger Berry
http://CamelPhotos.com
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This is really a great work.


Keep it up dear
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I’m glad you enjoyed them. I have done many others since then and have another site just for viewing them using Flash where I can add hotspots for traveling form one VR photo to the next.
I just added two showing the old spice market in Delhi, best way to find them is with using the Aerial Maps.
Here’s a link to the India VR tour site.
http://www.indiavrtours.com/

btw I will be in Delhi about 10 days from now to shoot some more photos for the tours.

Enjoy,
Roger Berry
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can possibly find out how far one can go.
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Originally Posted by Cameleer View Post I’m glad you enjoyed them. I have done many others since then and have another site just for viewing them using Flash where I can add hotspots for traveling form one VR photo to the next.
I just added two showing the old spice market in Delhi, best way to find them is with using the Aerial Maps.
Here’s a link to the India VR tour site.
http://www.indiavrtours.com/

btw I will be in Delhi about 10 days from now to shoot some more photos for the tours.

Enjoy,
Roger Berry
Hi Dear
Many thanks but that link is not opening my side, I really like your work, that is really amazing. But pages are not opening in old site. Anyway i really enjoyed , please keep continue, I also do photography ( Amateur Photographer) Here is link of my photostream :

http://www.flickr.com/photos/rajpic

I am also living in Delhi, if can i see your photo shoot session, it would great for me.

regards

rajiv
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Originally Posted by Cameleer View Post Here’s a link to the India VR tour site.
http://www.indiavrtours.com/
Enjoy,
Roger Berry
Wow! Fantastic stuff on your site. I think I could spend hours looking through the photos. Thanks for the link.
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Originally Posted by Cameleer View Post Here’s a link to the India VR tour site.
http://www.indiavrtours.com/
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Originally Posted by rajivphoto View Post Many thanks but that link is not opening my side
I think those VRTours sites of Cameleer's are really quite demanding on your system, so you may just not have the proper set-up to view them. They should work if you do. (Have they been tested for Macs and Linux and various browsers and stuff btw?)

On that note, Cameleer, is it me or do you keep switching site addresses all the time? Give us a fixed URL already to bookmark and forever enjoy! (--> You could just have them all redirect to one another, no, or is that in fact what you do? I seem to have seen any number of varieties of them by now.) Other than that, keep up the good work, it is really amazing stuff

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