nickfan wrote:I have checked Max's gallery and find out most of his stitched mosaics are less than 100 MP in size.
So I wonder if gigapixel image is really necessary/ practical for most photographer.
What do you think? Has anyone printed or sold any gigapixel image?
revisiting your large panoramas, I was just wondering how on earth you stitched the sky pictures in this photo http://www.maxlyons.net/wwiimemorial.htm
I assume there are no way of placing control points in these shots (wouldn't even help if there were clouds).
So, how did you do it? any tricks?
Jim Z wrote:...
I wish that there was a better way to view spherical 360 panos, better than zoomify or the simular apps. If you could view a 360 pano, and zoom and pan with cinema image quality, that would make 360 panos very valuable, I think. And the panos would have to be multi-gigpix resolution, to have the aformentioned image viewing quality. What I mean is; I wish we could pan thru a pano without the image processing artifacts. (Like the difference between interweave and progresive HD video.) Gigapixel panos might not be practical for "most photographer(s)" , but if the seamless, high-quallity image viewing were avalable, gigapixel panos might be profitable for many more professional photographers.
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