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== Full Name ==
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Serge Maandag
  
Full name: Serge Maandag
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== Interest ==
Homepage: [http://panorama.maandag.com Underneath this link, but do not click it. I'ts 4 years old and it has not been updated since]
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Playing around and enjoying creative approaches to problems.
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== Current Kit ==
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[http://www.dpreview.com/news/0504/05042003nikond70s.asp Nikon D70s Camera] and a [http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/105fe.htm Nikkor 10.5mm lens]<br>
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Manfrotto [http://www.manfrotto.com/Jahia/op/preview/cache/offonce/pid/2275?livid=68%7C69&idx=71 055 CLB tripod] and [http://www.manfrotto.com/Jahia/site/manfrotto/cache/off/pid/2344?livid=80|81&idx=85 410 geared camera head]<br>
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[http://www.nodalninja.com/nodal_ninja_3.html Nodal Ninja 3 panorama bracket]
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A pair of [http://www.aarp.org/learntech/computers/life_online/Articles/a2002-07-02-computers_features_eyes.html good eyes]<br>
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== Experience ==
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I'm somewhat of a dinosaur on the panotools mailing list. I joined in 2001, at which time I did not know GUIs for the panorama tools existed. Therefore I painstakingly tought myself how to optimize and stitch using script files on a msdos command line. As soon as I had discovered PtGui, I gladly paid a few bucks for it and never used the command line scripting again. Lately I have begun trying the excellent [http://hugin.sourceforge.net/ hugin package]. Simply because it's fun doing it all with free tools.
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== Artwork ==
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My panorama home page is [http://www.360photo.org/ This one], it's sparsely updated and mainly shows my holiday panoramas.<br>
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To see one of my more original approaches to view a panorama, click [[:Image:Serge_maandag_stacked_fotos.jpg | here]].
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== Other Interests ==
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3d photography. I take 2 images a few centimeters apart from each other, line them up on my computer and print them out as anaglyph images (red-blue glasses) or next to each other for parallel viewing. To line up the images I use the panorama tools optimizer. I'll add the procedure to this wiki later.

Latest revision as of 15:43, 14 December 2007

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[edit] Full Name

Serge Maandag

[edit] Interest

Playing around and enjoying creative approaches to problems.

[edit] Current Kit

Nikon D70s Camera and a Nikkor 10.5mm lens
Manfrotto 055 CLB tripod and 410 geared camera head
Nodal Ninja 3 panorama bracket A pair of good eyes

[edit] Experience

I'm somewhat of a dinosaur on the panotools mailing list. I joined in 2001, at which time I did not know GUIs for the panorama tools existed. Therefore I painstakingly tought myself how to optimize and stitch using script files on a msdos command line. As soon as I had discovered PtGui, I gladly paid a few bucks for it and never used the command line scripting again. Lately I have begun trying the excellent hugin package. Simply because it's fun doing it all with free tools.

[edit] Artwork

My panorama home page is This one, it's sparsely updated and mainly shows my holiday panoramas.
To see one of my more original approaches to view a panorama, click here.

[edit] Other Interests

3d photography. I take 2 images a few centimeters apart from each other, line them up on my computer and print them out as anaglyph images (red-blue glasses) or next to each other for parallel viewing. To line up the images I use the panorama tools optimizer. I'll add the procedure to this wiki later.

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