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Mount Battie, Camden, Maine
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I took this spherical panorama from Mount Battie in Camden this summer. Shot with a Nikon D700 & 14-24mm f/2.8 @ 24mm, f/8, ISO 200, and 1/8000 through 1/30 shutter speeds, spaced 1EV apart. I used such a wide exposure range to capture the sun and glare off the water, but still have details of the shadows in the tower. Stitched from 360 photos, the final image is 155 megapixels. I shot 3 rows of 12 columns with 9 exposures at each position, plus 2 nadir positions to remove the tripod and VERY long shadows from the low sun, and 2 extra positions of the tower and tourists to remove ghosts of people walking around.

Copyright: Aaron priest
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 17640x8820
Hochgeladen: 29/11/2012
Aktualisiert: 07/02/2013
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Tags: atlantic ocean; camden hills state park; coast; maine; mt. battie; panorama; penobscot bay; spherical
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