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K. Wayne Heil

West Boundary Stone

Jack Hardy

Forgotten No Parallax Place

Fort Worth, Texas, USA

June 25, 2010, 1:30 pm Central Texas Time (UTC -6)

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© 2010 Jack Hardy, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

Sometimes before a photoshoot the panhead and camera are roughly bumped, pushed, knobs loosen, brackets slide a few millimeters and the No Parallax place and camera calibration misaligned. This ultimately leads to poorly taken images and a lost albeit not forgotten project. This performance will be remembered before the next photo session project. I will only need to revisit my June 2010 panorama entry to remember my coach's facial expression and I will have instant settings recall.

I reside on Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands in the Western Pacific Ocean region. During this WWP event, I was on holiday in the US. I did visit Dave at 360Texas for our annual panorama coaching session.
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PTGui

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Location

Pacific Ocean / Guam

Lat: 32° 39' 37.75" N
Long: 97° 22' 17.1" W

Elevation: Elev 790 ft above Mean Sea Level

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Precision is: Medium. Nearby, but not to the last decimal.

OpenStreetMap: © OpenStreetMap contributors

Equipment

Canon A640 at 7.3mm, [35mm at (1/1.8 sensor) 35mm equivalent], Manfrotto 190 tripod, Nodal Ninja 3, 20 portrait images, Adobe Photoshop CS5, PTGui 8.3.10, Pano2VR 2.3.4
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