Just for fun!
A neighbour on our street has for years been building a haunted house in his garage to scare kids on Halloween Night! You can hear the screams from kids all night on Halloween as he and his scare crew get everyone going.
Bill starts his build just after Labour Day and finishes sometime around mid October. Then he and his family usually offer a week where the haunted house is open to people on the street to take a stroll through!
This year I have to say is one of the best that they have done! I got the opportunity to get in a few days early and get some shots and create the 360 Panorama below!
Enter only if you Dare!!!!!!
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Some still images where I played with a little light painting and HDR!
Shooting this Haunted House is always fun and I look forward to it every year!
If you are interested in the making of the tour and the photos here are the technical details:
5 – 360 Degree HDR Panoramas Shot with Canon 7D and Canon 8-15mm F4 L Fisheye lens @ 8mm and F8. Each Pano is 3 shots (-2,0,+2 Exposures) at each 90 Degree location so there are 12 individual shots per Pano.
Each location merged and tweaked in Nik Software HDR Efex Pro 2 software. Preset created for first image and applied. Photos saved as Tif files.
Each photo brought into Photoshop CC and tripod legs and levels retouched and removed.
4 Tif Photos for each Pano brought into PTGUI Pro and the 360 degree larger panorama files were stitched and saved as tifs.
Each full 360 pano file then brought into Pano2VR Pro and the tour created. Mirror ball patching for the Nadir done here.
Exported as Flash and HTML 5 formats.