This spherical panorama was taken while standing inside the rotunda of Schirn Kunsthalle, a museum in Frankfurt am Main (Germany). The mirror is part of the installation “[DIS]CONNECT” by Philipp Fürhofer.
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The shooting was done with a monopod which was mounted on top of a tripod. The lens was mounted with a custom-made bracket. Stitched from five images taken with a Walimex (Samyang) 8mm fish eye lens on a Sony A7RM3. Four images around and an additional image for the nadir.
This image shows a panorama which was stitched from eight images in portrait orientation.
This image was taken near the summit of Mount Cavendish. ...
This image was taken inside the shopping area of Melbourne Central. The central feature is Coop's Shot Tower under it's conical glass roof. The tower is registered as a heritage building in the Victorian Heritage Register.
I wondered about the impact of my corrections at the stage of post-processing the test-images from yesterdays article. To answer this question I picked the image taken with an aperture of f=8 and compare a uncorrected and a corrected version of the image.
The following two images show the entrance of Munich's old South Cemetary in a reprojected version.
The Alter Südfriedhof is an old Munich cemetary. Dead bodies have been burried here between 1563 and 1943. Nowadays it serves as a quiet sanctuary in the busy city centre. The panorama shows the entrance between the older and the newer part of the cemetary.
The Block Arcade is one of the tourst icons of the city of Melbourne. It was erected between 1891 and 1893. The panorama shows the central atrium of the arcade.
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.
Skyline of Frankfurt am Main at dusk (2014)
View over Mount Cavendish Reserve
Melbourne Central with Shot Tower
Entrance of the Shrine of Remembrance (Melbourne)
Comparing corrected and uncorrected images of CV12mm/5.6 on
Reprojected Alter Südfriedhof Munich Entrance
Alter Südfriedhof Munich Entrance
Central atrium of the Block Arcade
Voigtländer Ultra Wide Heliar 12mm/5.6 (on Sony NEX-7)