And it belongs to the new Convention Center in Santiago del Estero, Argentina (former government house in the XIX Cent). It is made of 275 hdr pics divided into 5 columns of 55 tiles each (5 hdr x tile) at f 11, iso 200, @ 70 mm with my nikkor 24-70 f2.8
This picture is 2 gig in size (actual size) and it is so big that it is possible to see the back buttom of the trousers of the vigilator!
And it belongs to the hall of the current second convention center in my city, a former railway station of a building that is from 1890. This hall was recicled of the original one where there is the ticket office that,was restored and the clock is a reproduction of the original. It is made of 120 pictures divided in 2 rows of 12 tiles comprised of 5 hdr per tile @ 24 mm, f11, same lens, to get a 360 panorama!
The 3rd is of the hall of my house with my 90-years-old- mom and my 9-years-old-daughter!
It is made of 60 pics divided in 2 rows of 6 tiles (agaian, 5 hdr per tile) with my 24-70 @ 24 mm. My mom/daughter were sit on the armchair afterwards, and I put a Sb-800 off flash with gary fong diffuser, boucing flash to the ceiling.
I forgot to mention that the hdr tiles were processed in Nik Hdr Effex Pro and then, a little bit of detail extractor in Color Effex Pro 4.
As you said, all the buildings are original from the end of the XIX Century (except my house that was built in 1919) but the Arquitecture is owesome! I particulary love the italian marble (from Carrara) of my house'halll!
Happy to see you again here on Nikonians ! Your work you share here is really fantastic, the very high quality of your images is really a delight, I recognize you through these... Most of them are a "top production", I like them very much, congratulations again ! If I had only one to choose, it would be the one with your mother, a question of sensivity probably. All the best for you and your family.
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Sun 26-Aug-12 12:25 PM | edited Sun 26-Aug-12 12:31 PM by Jose Andres
Pol my friend, thank you very much, you have been so kind!
While I keep on shooting new panos, I have just started revisiting some ones by processing them again with nik plugins and I am so exited at how smart you can control the changes in a picture thru control points. Take a look at a post uploaded yesterday,as an example.