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Patrizio Silvi Antonini

MiniMetro in Perugia

Eric Anderson

Disneyland Train Station

Anaheim, California, USA

9/23/06 22:00

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© 2006 Eric Anderson, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

I have to admit that this was my 2nd choice for my Transportation Panorama for this event. My 1st choice was closed the day I went to shoot and I had to think of a plan B. I already had shot a panorama very close to this on last Christmas and remembered it was a nice spot and with the train station as one of the features it was a good choice. I do realize that this is my 2nd panorama shot at a Disney resort but since this one was on the west coast and the other on the east coast I didn’t mind. The fireworks were a component I had to wait almost an hour and a half to add to the image. The train platform gets very crowded during the fireworks show it would have been very difficult to make my shot with people that close.
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Location

USA-Canada / USA-California

Lat: 33° 43' 36.31" N
Long: 117° 55' 7.86" W

Elevation: 141'

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

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Equipment

I shot this panorama with a Canon 20D, Tamron 11-18mm lend @ 11mm, and a Bogen 303SPH. Each exposure was 1.6 seconds at f5.6. I used Realviz Stitcher Express, exported a spherical jpg, touched up a bit in photoshop adding the ball and made my quicktime movies with Pano2QTVR. This is a 24 shot 3 row panorama.
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