Planinska jama (Planina cave)
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
Ponte Lombardo in Venice spans over Rio Malpago
and ends at Fondamente de la Toletta.
This panorama is the result of 26 stitched images made with the Sony NEX-5 and the 16mm pancake lens. It is a test to be compared with the experiment I described in my last two posts.
This spherical panorama shows a bridge over two small canals in Venice, Italy.
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.
This year we started with a photographic experiment. We recruited three assistants and used some sparklers to write 2014 in the air.
The following two images show the entrance of Munich's old South Cemetary in a reprojected version.
Multirow Spherical Panorama made with the Sony NEX-5
Long time exposure at Svartifoss (Iceland)
Panorama of the construction site of the European
Bridge over Rio Malpaga at Rio de le
Friedhof Nantwein at Dawn
Reprojected WWP314 ‘Decade’ – Stereographic Up and Stereographic
Reprojected Alter Südfriedhof Munich Entrance