Mountain View

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SebastianS
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Mountain View

Post by SebastianS » Sat Dec 15, 2012 7:57 pm

Made some Mountain View Panoramix:

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Sebastian

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Hopki
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Re: Mountain View

Post by Hopki » Sat Dec 15, 2012 9:58 pm

Hi Sebastian,
The first pano which shows you above the clouds is very cool, well they all are but I like the first one best because of this 8)
How high up?
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Hopki

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Re: Mountain View

Post by nigbo » Sat Dec 15, 2012 11:50 pm

Sebastian: great panos. Awesome.
Can you tell, what equipment you were using?
Lens?
Tripod plus Panorama Head?
Camera?

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Re: Mountain View

Post by SebastianS » Sun Dec 16, 2012 7:15 am

Thanks for your replies. The pictures where taken on my way on Top of Kampenwand (1572 hm) which is located in the Southeast of Bavaria. In Autumn sometimes we have Inversionweather, that means Clouds are hanging very low in the cold Air and over them the Sun is shining. There is no mixing between the warm and the cold Air, so you can climb on a Mountain and sit in the Sun.
I used a Canon 5d MK II, Novoflex Vr System pro on a Magic Ball on a Cullman Magnesit Tripod. The Lens is a Sigma 12-24 DG, so i have to shoot two Rows with 6 Images. Developing the Raws with Lightroom and stitching the Images with PTGui, no Photoshop needed.
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Sebastian

PS: I underestimated the heavy weight of my Gear, so next time I need a Sherpa or something like that....

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