The GigaPan Epic is designed to only handle smaller compact digital cameras. But a bit of ingenuity allowed me to use my Canon 350D, which was converted for infrared photography, with the Epic to produce IR panoramas.
As I’ve covered in another article, a bit of DIY work will allow you to use dSLRs on the base model GigaPan Epic motorized panorama platform.
Here are my first results using my converted for infrared Canon 350D. They were stitched using the free GigaPan Stitcher software.
Note: the TIFF file I exported from GigaPan’s Stitcher software is 511MB in size.
3 thoughts on “Infrared Panorama Photography With the GigaPan Epic”
I have been checking out your dimagemaker.com site and find it quite interesting and extremely motivating!
As for the IR stuff i’m seeing. The Pano’s themselves look amazing in terms of sharpness detail accuracy No distortion of verticals or horizontals. However, and i’m not trying to be critical… at least on my computer i believe your latest potentially gorgeous Panoramas are not processed enough. They look like the Raw info right out of the camera. So much more can be done with those in terms of contrast mid tones and highlights etc. I do not mean that you should do “false Color” stuff. I’m simply referring to the idea that unprocessed IR just looks like murky , so so, black and white. I hope i did not offend you because i can see how professional you are in all you do. I just had to express my opinion to see if you can explain to me if what i’m seeing is what i think it is. Thanks. Jerry
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