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M-i-c-h-a

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Apidarum.de - the wild bee photo library is online
Posted: 7 Jan 22, 14:02
 
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It's done, the wild bee photo gallery, which is supposed to help entomologists with identification, is online. We could not have done this without jAlbum|Tiger and the patient support with all our many little requests here in the forum. Thank you very much.

We are very happy to have the work of years not only on our hard drive. The database structure of jAlbum is ingenious and the functionality and design of Tiger are great. With this tool we will be able to continue to fill the image library over the next years in a relaxed way. :)

-Micha

https://www.apidarium.de/
MarkE

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Re: Apidarum.de - the wild bee photo library is online
Posted: 10 Jan 22, 00:39   in response to: M-i-c-h-a in response to: M-i-c-h-a
 
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I have followed the development of your site with interest and must say how well it has turned out. You must be very pleased to see it uploaded and available for all to see and share.

The quality of the photos is superb!

As a matter of interest, what camera did you use for the Habitats 360° page? (there's a space on your page between the 360 and °, by the way).

Cheers,

Mark
M-i-c-h-a

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Re: Apidarum.de - the wild bee photo library is online
Posted: 10 Jan 22, 07:34   in response to: MarkE in response to: MarkE
 
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Thank you. :) Yes, I'm very happy about the result. Only a few weeks ago we got the idea and didn't expect that we will get something like this. jAlbum is a fantastic tool.

The pano camera is a quite unknown device, a XPhase X2. It's produced by a small chinese company. It's a camera based on 25 single lenses and stitching per optical flow method. I like that highres snapshots can be shot.

If you like to see more what can be done with this camera than you can look at my GSV uploads, there the full res of 16k can be seen:
https://www.google.com/maps/contrib/111730697445555884407/photos

Company and Community are quite small, there is a FB group only.

(Thank you for the hint. Where did you have seen the space between 360 and °?)
MarkE

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Re: Apidarum.de - the wild bee photo library is online
Posted: 10 Jan 22, 09:01   in response to: M-i-c-h-a in response to: M-i-c-h-a
 
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M-i-c-h-a wrote:

The pano camera is a quite unknown device, a XPhase X2. It's produced by a small chinese company. It's a camera based on 25 single lenses and stitching per optical flow method. I like that highres snapshots can be shot.

Thanks, I'll take a look!

(Thank you for the hint. Where did you have seen the space between 360 and °?)

Ah, it's the English translation using Google!
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