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This entry was posted by Jan Vrsinsky on February 7, 2011 at 11:03 pm.
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*giggle* #pant# #pant# !TITTER!
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Glyn – Most enjoyable cockpit shots. Thanx…Grandad
last one is a crj… either a 700 or 900… no cockpit difference between them
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@elenbaas74: The last one is “Cockpit Bombardier Canadair Regional Jet CRJ700”. Click on the image and scroll down. There is a description for that image.
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It is a CRJ-700. You can check the little notebook at the top of the console.
It’s not full 360 but here’s one I did of the cockpit of Air Force Two using my iPhone and AutoStitch: http://www.centraldistrict.net/img/air_force_two_panorama.jpg
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Magnifiche hall congratulation …………
j’aimerais réaliser un rêve, voler près du pilote
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what a view !!
Was it to be funny?
I don’t think so. 😐
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Nice view. Everyone of us wants to fly. Love it too…
Anyone have any idea how the exposures are matched so well?
Normally the windows are blown out. Just wondering how much photoshop work is required because I have access to a ton of airplanes.
Chris: You might want to use multiple exposures and blend them together. Try to look up HDR or “exposure blending” tutorials on the web.
I am familiar with HDR but only in the sense of 1 framed shot with multiple exposures.
Multiple shots with multiple exposures is where I get confused.
Do you blend each framed shot for HDR then stitch? Would seem that each HDR would have a slightly different tone or exposure or would be difficult to match up with the next framed shot.
Chris, if you keep the same exposure for all shots and the same setting for the exposure blending than you should be ok. I do this with no problems.
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Great, thanks Jan!
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