Alain Hamblenne from Outline (Liège, Belgium) is a 3D panoramic photographer since the last century. His extremely high quality work is now seen as THE reference for super-high-quality stereoscopic (and 2D too) pictures. His last one is a remake of the Saint Jacques Church re-rendered with 21th century tools.
Shttoing was done with a single Nikon D300 DSLR camera and a Nikkor AF-S DX 18-70 mm lens. The "cha-cha" method was used - moving laterally the camera between the left and right takes-, a method not suitable for moving objects, but perfect for a church interior.
The panorama is created by stitching multiple pictures together with Kolor software: Autopano Giga and Panotour Pro.
An Apple MacBook Pro was used to run the DxO Optics Pro 7.2.1. pre-processing (pictured above with Alain Hamblenne) before stitching the numerous images while the last finishing were done with Photoshop CS5.
The final multi-resolution interactive virtual tour was then created with Kolor Panotour Pro 1.8.0(pictured here above).
St Jacques Church in 3D
Visit the St Jacques church in 3D on the www.outline.be web site. Anaglyph glasses (Red/Cyan) required.
The Saint Jacques Church is on Google Map / Street View (in Google Street View, press 'T' on your keyboard to enjoy the scene in red/cyan anaglyph).