4000 sec on 4000 m height on mt.Elbrus
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Photo panoramique par Ivan Roslyakov EXPERT Pris 21:00, 10/07/2009 - Views loading...


4000 sec on 4000 m height on mt.Elbrus

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This is VR spherical panorama exposed during 4000 seconds at night, on the 4000 meters height on a hill of the highest mountain of Europe, mt. Elbrus.
Within one hour Earth spin 1/24 of the Star Dome, and fixed camera captures trails of stars and Moon rising above horizon. 
It was a night after long day of snowboard shooting in snow park. And me with a friend decided to stay that night on a glacier to make a night experimental shooting. While camera was exposing the Star Dome with Moon we had a chance to get a dinner and rest before other night adventures =)

The technics of the shot: tripod + 8mm lens, f9, iso 100, one shot to sky shutter speed 3300 sec, 4 shots around with iso400 and shutter speed 60 sec

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