This panorama has been stitched from 15 individual fish eye images. I took them handheld. I took 6 sets of three bracketed images, one in each cardinal direction, and a zenith and nadir shot. I combined the panorama using PTGui and exposure fusion.
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Camera Maker: SONY
Camera Model: DSLR-A700
Exposure Time (sec): 1/1500
Focal Length (mm): 8
This image shows a reprojected version of this
On the "Tartscher Bühel" you have a nice view over the upper part of the Vinschgau.
This cylindrical panorama shows the Reschensee (Italian: Lago di Resia) which is an artificial lake in South Tyrol (Italy). The lake is famous for the steeple of a 14th century church which was submerged, when the lake was flooded.
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.
Sledge track from the Imberger Horn towards Northpole.
See some experiments with the Lensbaby Tilt Transformer on the Sony NEX 5 using the Lensbaby Composer Focus Front and two differnet Nikon lenses.
This panorama shows a building in Wolfratshausen's cemetery where urns are buried. It is more like a small room with urns on the walls.
This panorama has been stitched from 6 handheld shots with the innovative Sony ILCE-QX1 'camera'.
Only 28 minutes left until the start of the JPMorgan Chase Corporate Challenge 2008..
Reprojected WWP International Year of Forests
View towards Mals from the Tartscher Bühel
Reschensee with submerged steeple
Reprojected subway station (Candidplatz, Munich)
At Joseph Fraunhofer’s Tomb
Imberger Horn Sledge Track
Oktoberfest with Tilt-Shift effects
Urns at Wolfratshausen’s cemetery
Before the start of the JPMorgan Chase Corporate