Wäldchestag 2019

This panoramic image shows the ferris wheel at the “Wäldchestag” in Frankfurt am Main (Germany). It’s a fun fair which takes place once a year in the southern woods of Frankfurt.

Geotag Icon Show on map
Camera Maker: RICOH
Camera Model: Theta Z1
Exposure Time (sec): 1/1000
F-Number: 5.6
ISO: 250
Focal Length (mm): 3
Lens: Other

Technique:
The shooting was done with a 3 meter (appx. 10 ft) pole to reach a more elevated viewpoint. The camera was a Ricoh Theta Z1. The RAW image was optimized in Lightroom and stitched with the plugin for Lightroom. Cleanup of nadir was done with Pano2VR.

 
Related Posts
This post shows a panorama of the subway station Candidplatz.

READ MORE
The giant limestone boulders of Quantum Field are definitely worth a visit.
READ MORE
Goðafoss is one of the many waterfalls we visited on our journey around Iceland. It is more than 30 meters wide and the water drops about 12 meters down.


READ MORE
Panorama standing on the foot of Haytor.
READ MORE
The Gates of Haast bridge is a single laned bridge in a dramatic scenerey. ...
READ MORE
This stereographic reprojection shows the Euro Symbol near the European Central Bank in Frankfurt.


READ MORE
This panorama was shot at the fun fair Dippemess in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.


READ MORE
This image shows a reprojected image of the courtyard of Tower 185. The projection is "transverse mercator".
READ MORE
This is a reprojected equirectangular panoramic image. The projection is "stereographic up".
READ MORE
A colorful subway station (Candidplatz, Munich)
Standing between boulders of Quantum Field near Castle
Standing at Goðafoss
Haytor South View
Gates of Haast bridge at the Haast Pass
Reprojected Euro Symbol near European Central Bank
Visiting the fun fair Dippemess
Reprojected courtyard of Tower 185
Reprojected Drawbridge Stralsund Harbor
Reprojection in the harbour of Eskifjörður (Iceland).

Author: PanoTwin Jürgen

PanoTwin Jürgen → My Google+ Profile

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.