13 years of history in a single panorama
The upcoming event at the WWP is named “history”. As I’m a regular contributor I also wanted to contribute for this event.
After a discussion with a friend of mine I decided to realize an idea which took shape in my mind quite some time ago. I wanted to integrate a picture which shows a historic point in time in a panorama which shows the actual scenery.
Here is the panorama of the actual scenery.
And this is the historic image I wanted to integrate.
Construction of MAIN TOWER. This image was taken 13 years ago on a black and white film.
The combined panorama is hosted at the history event of the the world wide panorama.
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Originally this panorama was my submission to the World Wide Panaorama event 'Weather / Climate'. This panorama has been stitched from two individual panoramas stitched from four images each. The shots were done with the Sony ILCE-QX1 'camera' mounted on a 6m high pole.
This image shows a reprojected version of this
As I am aware of the fact, that any combination of lens and body has it's maximum sharpness at a specific aperture I did a series of test images with different apertures to find the maximum sharpness of a Voigtländer Ultra Wide Heliar 12mm/5.6 on a Sony NEX-7.
I made the original panorama for the upcoming WWP event "Mortality". This is a stereographic up projection.
This year ended with a photographic experiment. Each of us used two sparklers to write 2013 in the air.
In the Lower Antelope Canyon.
Mesa Arch at sunrise is the motif of desire for every photographer, who likes to take pictures of sunrises.
Originally this panorama was my submission to the World Wide Panaorama event 'Decade'. I took it with a monopod mounted on a tripod and took four images with the Walimex 8mm fishe exe lens mounted on the Sony ILCE-7.
Luitpoldpark Winter Meets Spring
Reprojected Ludwig-Maximilians-University Areaway
Voigtländer Ultra Wide Heliar 12mm/5.6 (on Sony NEX-7)
Heading for Planes and Trains
Planinska jama (Planina cave)
Reprojected Wolfratshausen Cemetery
Photographers waiting for sunrise at Mesa Arch
Sculpture Umschreibung – Inside