The Ludwigs Maximilians University has been founded in 1472 in Ingolstadt and moved to Munich in 1826. This panorama shows the areaway between the main entrance and the lecture hall.
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Camera Maker: KONICA MINOLTA
Camera Model: DYNAX 7D
Exposure Time (sec): HDR
Focal Length (mm): 8
This image was taken inside the iconic dome of the State Library of Victoria. The room was opened 1913 and was designed to provide room for over a million books and up to 600 readers.
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.
I shot the panorama using a Walimex 7.5mm fish eye lens mounted on a Sony ILCE-QX1. I took four images - one in each cardinal direction - on a extended monopod construction. The nadir was shot additionally and retouched afterwards.
This panorama is the result of 26 stitched images made with the Sony NEX-5 and the 16mm pancake lens. It is a test to be compared with the experiment I described in my last two posts.
Another view of the Goðafoss waterfall.
This image shows a reprojected version of this
This is a panoramic image at Hengifoss.
State Library of Victoria (Melbourne) inside La Trobe
Comparing corrected and uncorrected images of CV12mm/5.6 on
Prague Castle – Changing Of The Guard
Marble Courtyard in the Castle of Versailles
Multirow Spherical Panorama made with the Sony NEX-5
Long time exposure at Goðafoss (at day)
Ruin of Anhalter Bahnhof (2)
Reprojected Ludwig-Maximilians-University Areaway
Panorama at Hengifoss (vedutismo projection)