Ormiston Gorge Waterhole - HDR
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Panoramic photo by Gabor Varga Taken 10:37, 05/12/2013 - Views loading...


Ormiston Gorge Waterhole - HDR

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This panorama was taken in early December, 2013. Eight shots were made and then built up to a 360 degree HDR panorama. Ormiston Gorge is one of the main attractions of the West MacDonell Ranges National Park. This national park is full of gorges, permanent and temporary waterholes, walking tracks and one can observe different geological features of the area. HDR processing was applied to the raw pictures and I use a Nikon D5100, a Samyang 8mm fisheye lens and a Panosaurus with tripod for panorama shots.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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