I shot this same image on the Saturday before as a test and got good results. Unfortunately, the day of the shoot was heavily overcast and I just completed the shots when drops of rain started falling. I only had about half an hour availabe to shoot because I had to prepare to leave for the IVRPA Summit in Savannah early on September 25. I am not really happy with the results but I didn't want to miss the event. I hope to do better next time.
Nikon D70, Nikkor 8mm 2.8f fisheye lense at f8, Kaidan spherical head w/leveler, Gitzo tripod, mountain bike - processed four raw files in Photoshop with Jook Leung's HDR action, stitched with EasyPano 4.0, zenith/nader touch-up in Photoshop, CubicConverter to create mov files.
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