Nearly six years ago we’ve been at the Panotools-Meeting in Bath. After the sessions we toured the south-west of England four another two weeks. And while taking a little hike near Lynton I took this panorama. And finally today I consider this image as completely post-processed 🙂
Panotwin Markus made a spherical while I was shooting a mosaic of this view. Back in 2006 I used a Konica Minolta Dynax 7D which had 6 Megapixel. As the shot was hand-held and I wanted to make sure not to forget some portions of the view, I chose an overlap of approximately 50%. So I ended up with 20 images (4 columns with 5 rows in landscape orientation). The final panorama has a resolution of only 42 Megapixel. But hey, this was nearly six years ago!
Camera Maker: KONICA MINOLTA Camera Model: DYNAX 7D Exposure Time (sec): 1/500 F-Number: 5.6 Focal Length (mm): 28 Lens: Minolta 28-70mm/2.8 ISO: 100
This panorama is a tribute to Joseph von Fraunhofer (* March 6, 1787 – † June 7, 1826) a German physicist and optician. He was born in Straubing and died in Munich. This panorama shows his tomb in Munich.