Opernplatz (Frankfurt am Main) in the summer of 2004

At the time of shooting (August 07, 2004) this was my largest and most complex panorama. For this panorama I used 90 images in three rows in portrait orientation. Despite the 5 megapixel of the camera the final image has 32493 x 6171 pixels (that’s ~200 megapixel). It was really tricky to stitch, as the computer was reaching it’s limits in more than one aspect (main memory and hard disk).

Opernplatz in the summer of 2004
Opernplatz in the summer of 2004

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Camera Maker: CONTAX
Camera Model: Tvs Digital
Exposure Time (sec): 1/350
F-Number: 4.8
Focal Length (mm): 21.9
Lens: Contax Tvs Digital
ISO: 80 

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