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Bridge to the Viewer

Willy Kaemena

Ponte de 25 de Abril, Lisboa Portugal (Two Node VR Tour)

Tagus River (Almada), Lisbon, Portugal

South Bank: Sept 18,2004 9:08 UTC North Bank: Sept 19,2004 14:17 UTC

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© 2004 Willy Kaemena, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

The suspended bridge over the river Tagus (Tejo) in Lisbon, built in 1966 reached its final phase of enlargement in July 1999, with the addition of two new roadways lanes and a rail crossing on the lower deck suspended from two new additional suspension cables. At 2.3 km it is one of the longest suspension bridges in the world. With its red pillars and superstructure, it looks very much like the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.
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Location

Europe / Portugal

Lat: 38° 41' 53.4" N
Long: 9° 10' 48.51" W

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

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Equipment

Nikon D70, Sigma 8mm, Manfrotto tripod, Kaidan QuickTilt Leveler, Schiansky rotating head (>40 years old) ,self built bracket. Four horizontal shots in RAW (NEF), adjusted in Nikon Capture Editor, transformed in tiff , then processed in PTMac, output multi tif, blended with Xblend 1.0, separated in cube faces with CubicConverter, retouched with PS 7.01, transformed with CubicConverter to equirectangular tiff, final adustments in PS 7.01, transformed to QTVR in CubicConverter. Tour made with CubicConnector. Made on a Macintosh Powerbook 17"
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