In the time frame of a decade even a city can change it’s appearance. So I searched for panoramic images which I shot in 2004 and which were shot at a place which changed over the last ten years. The best example was a image of the Opernplatz, which I took back in 2004 as a cylindrical panorama. And the view of the Opernplatz (which translates to ‘the square of the opera’) indeed changed a lot in the last ten years.
So I went back and stood at the same spot where I stood a decade ago. First I took a spherical panorama with my double monopod construction. Afterwards I did a remake of the original cylindrical panorama. The following image shows the two cylindrical panoramas in a single composite.
This year I entered some images for the Epson International Pano Awards. In the fourth year of the competition I was awarded with two silver awards. All the other images were awarded with a bronze award.
This panorama shows the view from near the summit of mount Baoleskopf towards the valley Ostrachtal. On the left ist the Oberjoch with the mountains Spießer ans Iseler.
I took nine images in portrait orientation. The final panorama has a size of 19752×5600 pixel.
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Camera Maker: SONY Camera Model: DSC-RX 100 Exposure Time (sec): 1/250 F-Number: 7.1 Focal Length (mm): 52 Lens: Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar (RX100) ISO: 125