From the 85m high tower of Munich’s town hall you have a great view over the city centre. When you’re lucky you can even see the Bavarian alps in the distance. The tower can easily be ascend via elevator.
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Camera Maker: SONY Camera Model: NEX-5 Exposure Time (sec): 1/800 F-Number: 7.1 Focal Length (mm): 7.5 Lens: Walimex 7.5mm/F3.5 ISO: 200
This panorama has been made near the summit of mount Hirschberg. It is north of Bad Hindelang and is about 1500m high.
A quick and dirty cylindrical panorama made from two images shot with the panorama mode of a Sony NX5.
The Lensbaby Tilt Transformer makes it possible to mount Nikon lenses on the Sony NEX camera line.
This image shows a hot mud pot in the Hverarönð geothermal area.
This stereographic reprojection shows the Oktoberfest from the Bavaria statue.
Surfing is a popular water sport you would not expect in Munich, hundreds of kilometers away from the next coast line. However this panorama shows one of the most unique surf spots. A standing wave at the Eisbach.
First experiments with MICE
to stitch a cylindrical panorama from video footage
A cylindrical panoramic image taken with the NEX-5 and the SEL55210 lens from Sony.
Cross on Summit of Mount Hirschberg
PanoTools Meeting 2010 Group Shot
Nikon Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 AI and Lensbaby Tilt
Mud pot at Hverarönð geothermal area (Iceland)
Heini Klopfer ski jump (on middle platform).
Reprojected Oktoberfest like Bavaria sees it
Barnafoss Bridge Downstream (Making Of)
Surfing at Eisbach Bridge View
Cylindrical Panorama from a Video Source
View over Bad Oberdorf and Bad Hindelang