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Thursday, July 9th 2009, 6:08pm

Submit of Kala Patthar in Népal, amazing view on Everest !

Hello,

Here it is, I have just finished all my panoramas, and the virtual tour with Krpano !
I have spent between 10-12 weeks, and between 2 and 7h a day ...

Here are a few pictures, if you click on them, you 'll go directly to this panorama when opening the virtual tour, after you can go and visit the other panoramas ...

Katmandou (which isn't in the virtual tour )




This is just a selection, you can go and visit 25 panoramas...


The steep runway of Lukla airport - 2850m


Prayer wheel in the entrance of Sagarmatha Park - 2780m


Skull of Yeti in Khumjung monastery - 3780m


Prayer weel in Tengboche - 3870m


Early walk in Tengboche - 3900m


Nepalese bridge - 4410m


Summit of Kala Patthar, 5645m ! - view on Everest !



You can discover all the panorama on this page (the first three of katmandou aren't part of hte virtual tour ...)

Equipment
Tripod manfrotto 190xProB (lourd ...) - Nodal Ninja3 - Eos 400d - Tokina 10-17mm to 10mm - Tamron 18-250mm to 250mm
Bracketing -2, 0, +2 on the sphérical view.

As it is my hobby, I was carrying all the equipment, it was out of question to make it carry by Sherpas guide...

I wish you a nice visit, don't hurt your feet...

Fr version :
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Bonjour à tous,
Je tiens tout d'abord à remercier Mr Klaus pour l'aide fournie afin de réaliser cette visite !

Je vous présente quelques images, si vous cliquez dessus, vous serez amenés directement à ce panorama lors de l'ouverture de la Visite Virtuelle, après, libre à vous de naviguer dans la visite virtuelle afin de découvrir d'autres panoramas... (Ce n'est pas utile de revenir à cette page pour recharger un autre panorama )

Katmandou (Ne fait pas partie de la visite virtuelle, un panorama tout seul )



Voici donc ici juste une petite sélection, il y a 25 panoramas à découvrir...


La piste, très pentue, de l'aérodrome de Lukla - 2850m
Je dois remercier notre guide, quand j'ai vu cette piste en pente, je lui ai dit que j'aimerais fortement faire un pano en plein milieu, piste gardée par les militaires. Il a donc demandé directement au militaires si on pouvait prendre des photos, et un garde a dit : "Ok pour 1 personne !" ... Quelle chance, ça a été le panorama le plus rapide lors de la prise de vue !


Moulins à prières à l'entrée du parc de Sagarmatha - 2780m


Crâne de Yéti dans le temple de Khumjung - 3780m
Ne rigolez pas, autant pour nous ceci est une légende, autant pour le peuple sherpa, c'est une réalité ...


Moulin à prière à Tengboche - 3870m


Balade très matinale à Tengboche - 3900m


Pont népalais - 4410m


Sommet du Kala Patthar, 5645m ! - Vue sur l'Everest



Vous pouvez découvrir l'intégralité des panoramas sur cette page ici (les 3 premiers panoramas, pris dans Katmandou, n'ont pas été inclus dans la visite virtuelle)

Pour ce qui est du matériel utilisé :
Trépied manfrotto 190xProB (lourd ...) - Nodal Ninja3 - Eos 400d - Tokina 10-17mm à 10mm - Tamron 18-250mm à 250mm
Bracketing -2, 0, +2 sur les panoramas sphériques (pas les 3 HD)
Vu que c'était par passion que j'emportais tout ça, il était hors de question que le matériel soit porté par les Sherpas guides, ou par les porteurs...

Je vous souhaite une bonne visite, ne vous faites pas mal aux pieds, ni au dos avec le sac à dos
Matthieu
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- Mon site de panoramas 360° : www.360x180.fr
- Des panoramas à 360° réalisés en cerf-volant : 360° aériens
- Retrouvez-moi sur Twitter (@mattpano)

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "mattpano" (Feb 13th 2013, 8:21pm)


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Thursday, July 9th 2009, 6:44pm

wow thats amazing and it shows that panos are all over the world and all over the web zooom *thumbsup*

how do you do the SHOW vignette it opens and slides out so smooth,care to share.

this is an amazing krpano tour

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "Tim2420" (Jul 9th 2009, 6:57pm)


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Thursday, July 9th 2009, 7:27pm

Hi Matt, great panos, beautifully photographed and nice and sharp.

I wish I could get to such far flung places, I'm sick of urban landscapes and inside buildings *sad*

One thing I noticed though, on at least two of the panos, when I moved towards the left the pano jumped back to the right.

Is it me? Is it meant to do that?

Thanks.

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Friday, July 10th 2009, 6:57am

nice job. very good. my constructive critism is this. i did not like it when after clicking escape to leave fullscreen each time a new pano loaded it went fullscreen after clicking the close button for the info. that was kind of annoying. also i would loose the standard buttons. your tour is way to nice to use those. use the cameracontrols.swf or bulb new menu he is sharing either would add more character to an already nice tour. well done.

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Friday, July 10th 2009, 7:27am

Great panos.

I too don't like the force into full screen. I understand that is how it looks best, but would much prefer to choose on my own. For some less experienced users it might be bothersome as they may not intuitively know how to get back to normal viewing. It's not a huge drawback.. more just a personal preference.

Two things that I would suggest to improve an already great experience.

1. Change the textstyle that is used for the showtext events... the standard yellow box text doesn't seem to fit in.
2. Check your close/open map icon on the top... When I want to show the map, the icon has an X through it... once the map is open, the X is gone... this seems to be opposite what I would expect... i.e. when map is open, icon should have an X through it to indicate that is how I would close it.

You've got a good tour... the above or just nit-picky details that would just be small increments over what you already have.

*thumbsup*

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Friday, July 10th 2009, 11:17am

Hello everybody,
Thank you for your answers !

@ Tangent12 : "when I moved towards the left the pano jumped back to the right."
I have never had this problem, nevertheless, my computer is more than 8 years old ( 1.2Go SDram, and Amd Athlon Xp+ 2600 : 2Ghz )

@VN2009 : " also i would loose the standard buttons. "
Can you explain a little bit more ? I can't see what you mean, my english is poor ...

@Graydon :
- I am going to try and do something not to force fullscreen.
- It depends on how you see the icon for the map, but your idea is interesting, I think I'm going to do as you say :)


Please let me know all your ideas, suggestions or remarks ... It helps me improving my tour :)
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Friday, July 10th 2009, 2:29pm

Sorry, I did not have time to look at these wonderful panos (just one, and I was impressed just by the one I cliked on...). I'll do it this week-end. Great quality as it seems.

The subject itself : himalaya, buddhism, Tibet... All that makes me dream... Magic !

If anyone can offer us a travel in plane and the possibility of making aerial panos in this area, we go immediately.

Ma and her "Ma'sborough"

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Saturday, July 11th 2009, 12:15pm

AMAZING ! So nice landscapes, so nice way of taking shots. Really great.
Bravo !

Ma *smile*

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Wednesday, July 15th 2009, 12:19pm

Thanks to your remarks/suggestions, I've updated my tour. The changes are:
-The map is closed when opening each new panorama,
-The icones on the map have been shaded
-The map is less bright and less colorfull also which makes it easy to see the icones,
-The progress bar is lower, just above the navigation bottoms,
-The "thing" that moves in the nadir (bottom of the panorama) has been removed,
-When closing the "box info", full screen is not forced anymore,

-> English version is comming soon !

Thank you for all your answers,

Matthieu

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Suite à vos nombreuses remarques / suggestions, j'ai donc fait une mise à jour de la Visite, avec pour modifications :
- La carte se ferme à chaque ouverture d'un pano,
- Les objets sur la carte ont été ombrés,
- La carte a été partiellement désaturée, afin de faire ressortir les objets,
- La barre de progression est plus basse, juste au dessus des boutons de navigations,
- Le "truc" qui bouge au nadir a été enlevé,
- La fermeture de la "box info" ne force plus le plein écran,

-> La version anglaise arrive prochainement.

Merci donc à vous tous pour vos retours

Matthieu
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- Mon site de panoramas 360° : www.360x180.fr
- Des panoramas à 360° réalisés en cerf-volant : 360° aériens
- Retrouvez-moi sur Twitter (@mattpano)

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Wednesday, July 15th 2009, 12:57pm

WOW, there is absolutely everything amazing in this tour- the panos, the tour, the interface, ...
(also the great details like the "telescope" mask in the HD images )




I would only change the hover "textstyle",
e.g. just add this to the first xml to change all textstyles:

Source code

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<textstyle name="DEFAULT" font="Arial" fontsize="12" yoffset="-10" textalign="center" border="false" background="false" textcolor="0xFFFFFF" effect="glow(0x000000,0.7,4,2);dropshadow(2,45,0x000000,3,1);"/>


best regards,
Klaus

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Wednesday, July 15th 2009, 6:40pm

Superb ! In the end it's about the photography and the images are striking, sharp and interesting. The mountain shots with the turquoise-blue lakes are almost like an alien world !

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Thursday, August 20th 2009, 12:00pm

Hello everybody,

Just to advise that the English version is now ready and available on my virtual tour !

Matthieu

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Bonjour à tous,

Juste un petit message pour vous dire que la visite virtuelle avec les commentaires sur chaque panoramas en anglais est disponible !

Matthieu
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Thursday, September 10th 2009, 1:48pm

Really great Tour! *thumbsup*

many thanks for the chance to see it! It made my wish to go to Everest even stronger!

What was the season of your visit?

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Wednesday, September 16th 2009, 3:20pm

April 2009 :)
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Friday, September 18th 2009, 9:43am

Fantastic job and photographs : )

Absolutely stunning photographs. You also did a great job creating the tour. It will be difficult for you to find an equally impressive subject again. Thank you for making such an effort in creating your tour and sharing the images with us : ) : )

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