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Very HDR snowboard sequence fs720 melon
Russia

The Very High Dynamic Range VR panoramic sequence is the technic which I would like to represent myself as an athlete and photo-artist at once.

The sequence - the day-part of the spherical panorama - was shot with help of my friend Vitaliy Bekker. He shot the 1/3 part of the pano while I was performing this amplitude trick, which calls fs720 (or front seven).

And the next night we came back with a tripod to exactly same place and made a spherical panorama with the view to night snowpark. For this reason we had to spend a night on a glacier of mt. Elbrus on approximately 4000 height. The sky was absolutely clear and we got a chance to capture the rainbow of Milky Way.

After it was a challenge for me to stitch and mix the day and night views to make this image. So dynamic range appears to be very high! (day shots were a 1/1600, and night's were 30sec, try to count how mane exposure stops here)).

and here is the night view which was used to built this VHDR 

http://www.360cities.net/image/elbrus-night-view-to-snow-park-elx-camp-2009-russia?override_cache=true#57.30,-18.80,90.0

more pics available at www.ivvi.name

Copyright: Ivan Roslyakov
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 11/07/2009
Chargée: 29/07/2010
Mis à jour: 05/03/2015
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Tags: vhdr; hdr; night; snowboard; trick; fs7; self portrait; elbrus; mountain; stars
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