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Diversity = Variety Part 1

Rodrigo Alarcón-Cielock

Diversion

Wrexham, Wales, United Kingdom

March 22, 2009, 16:45 pm

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Caption

It has been a busy week, the weather been bad and I could not find a subject for me to make a panorama.

Sunday was a cloudy, a funny sort of day; it was decided that we would to to a nice country pub-restuarant, which is near the town of Wrexham in Wales to celebrate Mother's Day. When we arrived the Sun decided to show its face but I forgot to take the camera with me.

My daughter had her Nikon Coolpix 5210 with her, after lunch, still kicking myself because I forgot my camera, it came to me that, if I use her camera for making a pano it will be a Diversity from using my usual equipment.

Therefore the diversity will be that for me to produce a panorama I'll be using a different camera, I'll take 15 shots instead of the normal 10 and create a cylindrical rather than the equirectangular panorama, as well as the quality of the pano would be nowhere near to my usual standards, what a Diversity.

Never again !!!

Location

Europe / UK-Wales

Lat: 53° 4' 23.3" N
Long: 2° 58' 38.04" W

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

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Equipment

Nikon Coolpix 5210
15 Handheld shots
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