Comerica Park left field

Comerica park, home of the Detroit Tigers.  This panorama was shot on May 28, 2007 during a game against the Cleveland Indians.  It was shot freehand with a Canon 350D and Peleng 8mm fisheye.  The security guard in the bottom of the photo had told me I could not stand there; I asked him if I could take a few photos really quick, and he told me to hurry up.  So there were major paralax errors and it took extensive editing to make this look decent.

Copyright: Adam Shomsky
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7672x3836
Taken: 29/05/2007
Uploaded: 29/12/2009
Updated: 03/03/2015


Tags: baseball; stadium
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