Inside a Pink Blooming Tree

This panorama has been shot with the Ricoh Theta S. I mounted it on a painter pole and leaned it against the tree.

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Camera Maker: RICOH
Camera Model: Theta S
Exposure Time (sec): 1/2000
F-Number: 2
Focal Length (mm): 8 

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Author: PanoTwin Markus

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One thought on “Inside a Pink Blooming Tree”

  1. Markus, I do like your work. I am relatively new to 360 photography but by no means new to photography. I bought the Theta S but find that my images are not as sharp as yours. How do you achieve the best sharpness?

    Appreciate your time,

    Scott

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