Reprojection of JPMorgan Chase Corporate Challenge 2008 in Frankfurt am Main

This image is a stereographic reprojection of an old panorama from 2008.

JPMorgan Chase Corporate Challenge 2008 in Frankfurt am Main
JPMorgan Chase Corporate Challenge 2008 in Frankfurt am Main

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Camera Maker: SONY Camera Model: DSLR-A700 Exposure Time (sec): 1/1250 F-Number: 5.6 Focal Length (mm): 8 Lens: Sigma 8mm/4 ISO: 200 

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