Bemeler Berg

360 graden panorama vanaf de parkeerplaats achter hotel Bergrust.

Hoogte 120m N.A.P. + 35 meter hoogwerker.

Panorama genomen met Canon TS-e 24 usm-II lens en 5DmkII camera.

8 posities rond bij -45, 0 +45 graden.

per positie 3 belichtingen (+2, 0 , -2).

Totaal 72 shots >> blenden & stitchen .

Resultaat: 1.6 GB TIF file = 0.3 Giga pixel.

Resultaat: aardig maar kan veeeel beter.

Copyright: Alexander Ruttgers
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 23713x9838
Uploaded: 11/09/2012
Updated: 13/09/2012


Tags: bemeler berg; maastricht; heuvelland; bergrust; bemelen
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