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#1 Andy Perrin

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Posted 14 December 2019 - 01:59

FLIR E60, 61 image panorama, RAW photos assembled with Panorama Stitcher (a mac program that seems to do especially well with lots of small images). Gray tones adjusted in Photoshop, and then colors applied with custom MATLAB code.

Happy holidays!

Attached Image: Christmas-tree,-thermal-pano-Dec-12,-2019-HDR_res.-color.jpg

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Posted 14 December 2019 - 02:28

Andy, Very nice FLIR panorama. I like the colored one.
Did you shoot that at night or daytime?
I got curious about the visual version, so here is the similar scene minus the decorated fir tree in the center.
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Posted 14 December 2019 - 03:09

Night, 1:15am. Better contrast and no sunshine to confuse the camera.

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Posted 14 December 2019 - 08:30

Very nice, Andy. I like thermal images.
Best regards,
Wilhelm

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Posted 14 December 2019 - 22:15

Is it just me, or is there a thermal IR image reflecting off the wall of the building to the far left in the image? Very cool (or, 'hot', as the case may be...).

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Posted 15 December 2019 - 01:36

It’s not you- as you can see on the visible photo, it’s a glossy wall (marble or polished granite or something) and so it has a low emissivity. Since emissivity + reflectance = 1, it’s very reflective.