This panorama was stitched from 5 images in portrait orientation. The projection is rectilinear. I used a neutral density filter with 10 f-stops to get an exposure time of 8 seconds.
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Camera Maker: SONY
Camera Model: SLT-A99
Exposure Time (sec): 8
Focal Length (mm): 150
Lens: Sony 70mm-200mm/2.8 G(D)SSM
As I am aware of the fact, that any combination of lens and body has it's maximum sharpness at a specific aperture I did a series of test images with different apertures to find the maximum sharpness of a Voigtländer Ultra Wide Heliar 12mm/5.6 on a Sony NEX-7.
This image shows a stereographic reprojection of Akureyrarkirkja.
I shot this panorama on the way back from the beautiful Hengifoss to the parking lot. You can see Hengifoss in the distance near the top of the hilll and Lagarfljót stretching below for about 25km.
When you drive north of the volcano Hekla towards the area of Landmannalaugar you almost feel like being on the Moon. However I'm not completely sure, because I've not yet bben to the Moon 😉
This is from my 2018 calender either the April or the October page.
Reprojection of a amall waterfall near Kirkjubæjarklaustur (Iceland).
Ponte Lombardo in Venice spans over Rio Malpago
and ends at Fondamente de la Toletta.
This panoram shows Ófærufoss in Eldgjá canyon which is not easy to reach. You better have a 4x4 at hand because it is far away from Iceland's main road!
Some images from our last day on Iceland.
Gatklettur is a rock formation in the west of Iceland. It is located near Arnarstapi on the Snæfellsnes peninsula in Iceland.
Voigtländer Ultra Wide Heliar 12mm/5.6 (on Sony NEX-7)
Reprojected Akureyrarkirkja – Inside
View over Lagarfljót near Hengifoss
Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich – Stereographic Double
Reprojection of a small waterfall near Kirkjubæjarklaustur (Iceland).
Ófærufoss in Eldgjá Canyon
Standing at Gatklettur, a rock formation near Arnarstapi