Reserved Seat (Tanghalang Pasigueño)

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ruel941
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Reserved Seat (Tanghalang Pasigueño)

Postby ruel941 » Wed Aug 03, 2011 2:47 am

I had a chance to shoot our city's art and cultural theatre on a weekend during a meeting.

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In QTVR: http://ruel941.multiply.com/journal/item/15/15 or here: http://ivrpa.org/gallery/user/8935/vr/reserved_seat

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Re: Reserved Seat (Tanghalang Pasigueño)

Postby VRwave » Fri Aug 05, 2011 2:00 pm

Looking good, you just need to fix a small stitching error and to level the pano.

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Re: Reserved Seat (Tanghalang Pasigueño)

Postby vincen » Sat Aug 20, 2011 6:54 am

clean :) as vrwave quoted, level the pano a little, and also a little HDR would have been nice to avoid too bright lights in the back of the room ;)
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ruel941
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Re: Reserved Seat (Tanghalang Pasigueño)

Postby ruel941 » Sat Sep 03, 2011 1:28 am

VRwave wrote:Looking good, you just need to fix a small stitching error and to level the pano.


thanks. i didn't notice it until you pointed it out.

vincen wrote:clean :) as vrwave quoted, level the pano a little, and also a little HDR would have been nice to avoid too bright lights in the back of the room ;)

thanks for the input vincen. will try to do hdr/exposure fusion next time.

btw, the ground was downsloping from the doors behind, if i will level the pano, would the main stage "lift" a little?

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Re: Reserved Seat (Tanghalang Pasigueño)

Postby vincen » Sat Sep 03, 2011 7:42 am

ruel941 wrote:btw, the ground was downsloping from the doors behind, if i will level the pano, would the main stage "lift" a little?

it might be but not much, the easiest way is to level using the vertical yellow stuffs on each side of the room, on walls ;)

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Re: Reserved Seat (Tanghalang Pasigueño)

Postby Aldowin » Fri Nov 20, 2015 4:54 am

cultural theatre on a weekend during a meeting.
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