Reprojected Mausoleum of the Family ‘Von Gans’

I made the original panorama for the WWP event “Mortality”. You can view it here.

Reprojected Mausoleum of the Family 'Von Gans'
Reprojected Mausoleum of the Family ‘Von Gans’

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Camera Maker: SONY Camera Model: SLT-A99 Exposure Time (sec): 1/160 F-Number: 5.6 Focal Length (mm): 10 Lens: Sigma 10mm/2.8 ISO: 2500 

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