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Carl von Einem

The River Isar Near Munich

Grünwald, Germany

April 12, 2007 - 18:00 UTC (19:00 local time)

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© 2007 Carl von Einem, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

This was a busy year and I'm so glad that my panorama series following the river Isar finally turns out to be something I can show around. The basic idea was to follow the river from a certain bridge in Munich and shoot a full spherical panorama every kilometer. One week I'd follow the river 1 km to the south, the next week 1 km to the north, then 2 km to the south and so on... That worked great from January 2007 until the first week in October when a car driver suddenly opened the door of his parked car and thus "doored" me. My left arm was broken, the GPS was destroyed during that accident and my project halted. I guess I have to finish this series in October 2008...

Location

Europe / Germany

Lat: 48° 3' 25.5" N
Long: 11° 31' 59.5" E

Elevation: 535

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

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Equipment

This is done with my usual equipment, a small 35 mm Voigtländer rangefinder camera (Bessa-L) with a wide angle lens (12 mm Ultra Heliar), using Reala color negative film. The scanned images were stitched with HuginOSX 0.6.1 and enblend 3.0 mac. Oh, and some minimal work in Photoshop.
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