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avatar Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 19, 2013 07:21AM
Ahwiyah Pt
(zoom in and you can see the boss waiting up ahead)

Big Meadow / Foresta

Yosemite Falls

Artist Pt
Really like this one

Dewey Pt

Crocker Pt

Crocker Pt Zoomier

Enjoy. I'm done now.

Thanks

Zoom in and fly around... or just ignore the whole thing... the choice is yours.

Half Dome a Nice Day
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avatar Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 19, 2013 08:05AM
Nice, thanks. I like the Dewey Pt. one, to me at least these seem to benefit from the sense of wide space with being at a place like that.
Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 19, 2013 10:00AM
Not a fancy-schmancy Photosynth, but for comparison this was taken from Dewey Point on New Years Eve, which was more or less the end of winter :-(





Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/19/2013 10:00AM by basilbop.
Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 19, 2013 10:59AM
Crocker Point #1 is my favorite. Great shot of the Bridal, and it's fun following the old road through the Rockslides area.

Thanks for these.
Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 19, 2013 06:55PM
Ribbon is a nice bonus too. thumbs up
avatar Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 19, 2013 09:02PM
Makes me happy, when Ribbon is flowing good.
Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 19, 2013 04:48PM
Really like the one of Yosemite fals. Love the reflection in the water ( Merced river?)
avatar Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 20, 2013 06:36AM
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The Other Tom
Really like the one of Yosemite fals. Love the reflection in the water ( Merced river?)
Merced, yes. Near Sentinel Bridge. Cooks Meadow.



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avatar Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 20, 2013 10:16AM
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chick-on
Ahwiyah Pt
(zoom in and you can see the boss waiting up ahead)

Big Meadow / Foresta

Yosemite Falls

Artist Pt
Really like this one

Dewey Pt

Crocker Pt

Crocker Pt Zoomier

Enjoy. I'm done now.

Thanks

Zoom in and fly around... or just ignore the whole thing... the choice is yours.

Half Dome a Nice Day
Chick-on is looking at you!


They're all really really nice. It's great how high resolution they are. But I agree with you, the Artist Point photosynth is the nicest of the set.
avatar Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 25, 2013 05:18PM
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chick-on


Yosemite Falls


I mentioned in another thread that Google now offers Photo Sphere™ capability on selected smartphones running version 4.2 of their Android O.S.

Here are a couple of Photo Sphere photos that I took last Saturday:


[click on each photo to get the full (close to 720º) Photo Sphere panorama effect]:






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avatar Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 25, 2013 07:04PM
I am soooo digging the Photosynth thing. Did a zillion more last weekend...
Some of some obscure falls... hehehe tongue sticking out smiley
Anywho. Tanks for this!



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avatar Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 25, 2013 07:36PM
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chick-on
I am soooo digging the Photosynth thing. Did a zillion more last weekend...
Some of some obscure falls... hehehe tongue sticking out smiley
Anywho. Tanks for this!

Does this synth thing work on a Mac?? If not why not?



Old Dude
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March 25, 2013 08:53PM
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mrcondron
Does this synth thing work on a Mac?? If not why not?
To create...uh... no...

One word: Microsoft



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avatar Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 25, 2013 08:54PM
You can probably install some Windows Emulator on Mac. I dunno.
Good luck with that.
tongue sticking out smiley



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avatar Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 25, 2013 11:56PM
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chick-on

You can probably install some Windows Emulator on Mac. I dunno.
Good luck with that.
tongue sticking out smiley


With modern Intel-based Macs, one doesn't need to install a Windows emulator. One installs a real bonafide copy of Microsoft Windows instead.

(In other words, Intel-based Macs can run Windows natively. No stinkin' resource hogging emulator is necessary.)

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avatar Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 27, 2013 05:24PM
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plawrence
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chick-on

You can probably install some Windows Emulator on Mac. I dunno.
Good luck with that.
tongue sticking out smiley


With modern Intel-based Macs, one doesn't need to install a Windows emulator. One installs a real bonafide copy of Microsoft Windows instead.

(In other words, Intel-based Macs can run Windows natively. No stinkin' resource hogging emulator is necessary.)

smiling smiley
So I'm god to go with this: Intel Core 2 Duo processor and OS X 10.6.8



Old Dude
avatar Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 27, 2013 06:51PM
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mrcondron


So I'm good to go with this: Intel Core 2 Duo processor and OS X 10.6.8

Well, you do need to purchase a copy of Microsoft Windows and install it on your Mac first, using your Mac's built-in Boot Camp app.
avatar Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 28, 2013 06:36PM
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chick-on
One word: Microsoft

Ug
avatar Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 25, 2013 11:39PM
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mrcondron

Does this synth thing work on a Mac?? If not why not?


The short answer is: Yes.


The long answer is: Yes, if you install a version of the Microsoft Windows O.S. (Windows XP and above) on your Mac.

As long as your Macintosh is an Intel Mac (it has an Intel CPU and not the older PowerPC CPU), then your Mac can run Windows with aplomb (in fact better than many dedicated Windows PC since a Mac running Windows doesn't have the crappy third-party Windows bloatware installed and the Windows software drivers that Apple uses are of very high quality).

In other words, Microsoft's ICE software (which is what Chick-on is using) won't run on the Mac's OS X operating system, but Intel Macs are designed so they can run the Windows OS that Microsoft's Photosynth ICE software needs.
avatar Re: Even more Photosynths from last weekend
March 25, 2013 11:49PM
And then there's another option (which is the option that I use).

I just use smartphones that have software installed that create these 720º panoramas automatically within the smartphone itself. Then all one needs to do is to upload the finished digital image to an appropriate website. For 720º Microsoft Photosynth panos, they get uploaded to Microsoft's Photosynth website, for Googles Photo Sphere panos, they get upload to Google's Google+ website (or to Google Map's website).

Creating these 720º panos with a smartphone is (as the Chick-on might say) easy-peasy!

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