Here is another virtual tour from this house, featuring the large master bathroom. This one is a single exposure, but I took a second exposure that I could use to gain some more light inside the master bedroom.
Archive for March, 2008
After the conservatory, I moved my setup into the kitchen to take a virtual tour in there. In the photo in the last entry, you can see the kitchen area underneath the arches in the left-hand side. To properly expose the inside of the house, I had to increase the exposure enough to wash out the conservatory. To combat this, I took two exposures in each position, stitched them both seperately, and blended the equirectangular panoramas. I was able to figure out a way to stitch two identical (or near identical) panoramas with two different sets of photos. According to theory, the two sets of photos are of the same place taken at the same time without the camera moving, but without Hugin stitching both exactly the same, trying to blend the two exposures would be impossible. Here is my final result:
On Saturday, I took photos of a house a friend of mine built. This house features a large high-end kitchen, large living and dining room, and this gorgeous conservatory. This room screamed ‘virtual tour’ to me, so I set up and started shooting. Here is the result.
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I also took virtual tours from inside the kitchen area, in between the living room and dining room, and inside the master bathroom. I’ll post them as I finish processing them.