This panorama shows Planinska jama (The Planina cave) which is one of the longest Slovenian water caves.
I was able to visit this cave at the annual PanoTools-Meeting 2015.
As the lens is a fisheye lens, four pictures easily cover 360°. To capture the large dynamic range of the scenery I took three exposures in each direction. I used a custom lens bracket on a tripod. The exposures were 2 f-stops apart. The exposures were blended in Lightroom and exported to be stitched with PTGui Pro. Zenith and nadir were retouched by hand in Photoshop.
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Camera Maker: SONY
Camera Model: ILCE-6000
Exposure Time (sec): 1/2
Focal Length (mm): 7.5
This spherical panorama shows the interior of the Abu-Bakr-Mosque in Frankfurt am Main.
Ponte Lombardo in Venice spans over Rio Malpago
and ends at Fondamente de la Toletta.
Another view of the Goðafoss waterfall.
This is an automatically rendered panorama from three source panoramas taken with the Rocoh Theta S. As the camera is a one shot solution it is sometimes difficult to be NOT on the final image. In this case I used the Photoshop Median operation to remove myself from the panorama without any manual interaction.
The Ludwigs Maximilians University
has been founded in 1472 in Ingolstadt and moved to Munich in 1826. This panorama shows the areaway between the main entrance and the lecture hall.
I wondered about the impact of my corrections at the stage of post-processing the test-images from yesterdays article. To answer this question I picked the image taken with an aperture of f=8 and compare a uncorrected and a corrected version of the image.
Abu-Bakr-Mosque in Frankfurt am Main
Protected: Kaffeetrinken in München
Long time exposure at Svartifoss (Iceland)
Reprojected WWP314 ‘Decade’ – Stereographic Up and Stereographic
Long time exposure at Goðafoss (at day)
Friedhof Nantwein at Dawn
Comparing corrected and uncorrected images of CV12mm/5.6 on