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Assembling Panoramic Photos: A Designer's Notebook (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 21. Juni 2005

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  • Taschenbuch: 96 Seiten
  • Verlag: O'Reilly & Associates; Auflage: 1., Aufl. (21. Juni 2005)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0596009755
  • ISBN-13: 978-0596009755
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 21 x 0,8 x 24 cm
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"I found it to be a fascinating insight into a specialized topic and well worth reading" - Peter Dodsworth, Ping, Dec/Jan


In this full-color Designer's Notebook, eight expert French photographers reveal their secrets in using Photoshop and a collection of dedicated applications to create extraordinary panoramic photos - including some amazing 360-degree images. For anyone involved with digital imagery or animation, this groundbreaking volume demonstrates a new way of thinking about what's possible and what's required to produce these images. Originally published in France, Assembling Panoramic Photos: A Designer's Notebook is available in English for the first time. Part art book, part how-to guide, this stunning work takes you right into the studio and sits you down next to renowned digital artists as they advance step-by-step toward their final images. The showcased pieces are inspiring and avant-garde, and the techniques are instructive for a wide range of amateur and professional photographers, graphic designers, and digital artists. The artists featured in this Designer's Notebook show how they use Photoshop, Stitcher, PanaVue ImageAssembler, and other specialized tools to create high-quality panoramas and wide-angle images from a series of photos.

They also show how to create virtual reality scenes with Apple's QuickTime VR in conjunction with leading-edge technologies that support 360-degree one-shot photos, cubic images, and 3D views of objects. The results are interactive, often startling, and bear the hallmark of each artist's original vision and skill. Reflecting the very best of French photography, graphic design and digital artistry, Assembling Panoramic Photos: A Designer's Notebook offers advanced Photoshop instruction that goes beyond opening this menu, or clicking that palette. You receive expert aesthetic guidance, from start to finish, with notes and views that reveal every step of the process. This book is a goldmine for any digital artist who wants to learn new Photoshop techniques and exploit them for maximum effect. At home on either your coffee table or desktop, the book itself is dazzling in concept and design.

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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Alexander Jensko TOP 1000 REZENSENT am 28. August 2008
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Kein Riesenbrocken, keine 1000 Seiten Physik und schon überhaupt nicht abgehoben. Franzosen drehen digitale Panoramen und reden drüber. Macht einfach Laune und der geneigte Leser des grafisch sehr witzig-edel gestalteten Taschen(!)buches (ja, so etwas gibt es!) lernt ganz nebenbei jede Menge dazu: über die Aufnahmetechik, Bildbearbeitung, unkonventionelle Tricks, launische Motive und fiese Fallen.

Eine deutsche Übersetzung liegt meines Wissens (noch?) nicht vor. Und es ist gut so, denn wo kämen wir denn hin, würden alle das Buch kennen.

Sehr empfehlenswert, auch für diejenigen, die sich als "alte Hasen" in Sachen Panorama-Aufnahmen halten.
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Great stuff for intermediate/advanced photographers... 27. Juni 2005
Von Thomas Duff - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Digital cameras and powerful software tools have made panoramic photography much easier than it's been in the past. If you want to see real state-of-the-art panoramic work, you'll like Assembling Panoramic Photos - A Designer's Notebook published by O'Reilly.

Contents: Studio 01 - Waterfalls of Ice - Bertrand Bodin; Studio 02 - At the Restaurant - Arnaud Frich; Studio 03 - Frenzy at Almanarre Beach - Albert Lemoine; Studio 04 - The Workshop - Christophe Noel; Studio 05 - Urban Sphere - Sacha Popovic; Studio 06 - On the Boulevards - Peet Simard; Studio 07 - The Phare des Baleines Lighthouse - Laurent Thion; Studio 08 - Venice - The Orseolo Basin - Gilles Vidal

This book was translated from French by William Rodarmor, and all of the photographers hail from France. The general format of the book takes a particular panoramic photo from the person who created the picture, and then goes into detail about how it was done. This goes everywhere from the thoughts behind the composition, the equipment used to take the raw material, the software used to retouch and stitch the different pictures, and how certain difficulties had to be overcome. There are a number of different types of panoramas, going from traditional wide-angle content to a circular composition wrapped around a point on a sidewalk. This book will serve as both a source of inspiration and a catalog of techniques.

You'll get the most out of this book if you are intermediate to advanced in both digital photography and Photoshop. A number of stitching programs are used in the images, so you'll learn why some people prefer one over the other. If you're just Joe Schmoe with a digital camera and a stitching program, you'll probably be a little lost here. These photographers are professionals, and the results they produce are professional. They understand the tools of their trade very well, and it's that knowledge that allows them to get these types of results. So don't feel bad if the book is a little beyond you when you first start reading. But if you're willing to work at it and try out some of the techniques shown here, you'll soon be showing off some interesting results.
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Short on details 15. November 2005
Von Colin E Manning - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A picture may well be worth a thousand words, but 8 pictures doesn't add up to a a book. This book takes the reader through 8 photographs by 8 different photographers who outline the techniques they used to generate them. Although some of the pictures are impressive, this book is a bit short on detail. If you are looking to get started with Panoramic pictures, you'd best start with some other books.
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Visually unique, very instructive 19. Juni 2005
Von Eric Wuehler - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Panoramic photos have always been a favorite of mine. I'm obviously not alone, as this book (as well as web sites devoted to panoramic photos and QuickTime VR) proves.

This book takes eight different scenes and describes the artist's methods and thought processes to creating the panorama. My favorite is the "Urban Sphere", which takes a set of photos an creates a sphere. This creates a photo with no notion of top or bottom. As you rotate the page around your brain focuses on what is "up" and the photo appears "new" every 45 degrees or so... Uber-cool.

The descriptions and instruction come from the artists perspective. While it does have a "how to" feel, in my opinion, the value is in the artistic ideas and the information about how to get the shots to make a compelling panorama.

If you've got a Canon camera, you probably have PhotoStitch on the CD that came with it - which is what got me originally hooked on panoramas. While pretty cool, this book will take you beyond simple panoramas to artistic, visually unique panoramas.
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delicate work in Photoshop 11. Juni 2005
Von W Boudville - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The latest in O'Reilly's series by French artists. As with the earlier books, this tries to speak to you at a level above mere craftsmanship. While the latter is desirable and indeed necessary before you grip this book, more intangible issues are discussed here.

Unsurprisingly, Photoshop is the most common package used by the artists. Other offerings are peripherally invoked, like Real Viz's Stitcher or PanaVue's Image Assembler. It's just that overall, nothing matches the comprehensive set of tools in Photoshop.

Making a panorama can be tricky. Aligning those photos well is not trivial, in order to have a seamless transition. So the methods here are quite handy to master. The book can make you wonder, though. What on earth did people do for panoramas, before Photoshop and computers?
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Small but really useful 10. Februar 2007
Von Thalis Blaggidis - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book is small but really comprehensive. Through specific examples people that knows the secret of panoramic photography, gives tips & tricks for a good panoramic photo using normal cameras and lenses.

In the beginning i read it very quick but then i discover more more than even in the smallest paragraph there is a nice tip.

The only "bad" is that most of the writers use realviz stitcher as main stitching program. Why this is "bad"? Because the program costs more than 400 euro. There is also a express release around 100 euro but with limited use.

But the tips and tricks are still there. I personally use PTGui with Pano2cube software and i can use most of this books advices. it is highly recommended for the photographer he wants to involved in panoramic photography.
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