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Electrochromic Glass Skylight at Mall of America

Carl von Einem

a painted glass door - window to your fantasy

Munich, Bavaria, Germany

June 21, 2017, 15:50 UTC (17:50 local time)

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© 2017 Carl von Einem, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

While on my way visiting friends I had to cross a large road through a pedestrian tunnel. There I ran into Martin Blumöhr, a young artist who was still busy creating his large murals. Luckily I had my camera with me so now I can show you a look through a painted glass door. Just step inside!

This might be a nice spot to train my mural stitching skills using Hugin. This allows me to stitch large flat paintings like these not as a panorama but as a very wide flat image.
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Location

Europe / Germany

Lat: 48° 9' 34.6" N
Long: 11° 32' 14.57" E

Elevation: 553 m (1814 ft)

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

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Equipment

  • camera: Nikon D800e / Samyang/Walimex f3.5 8mm (1/6 sec @ f11)
  • panoramic head: customized Novoflex bracket with PT4Pano rotator on a Novoflex BasicBall tripod
  • shooting pattern: 1 horizontal row of 5 images; one zenith shot; 3 refocused nadir shots so I can mask out most of the tripod and head; one additional handheld nadir photo to fill the last gap
  • Hugin 2017.0.0 release candidate / Pano2VR 4.5.3 / Photoshop CS6
  • my bike
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