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David Gerhard

David Gerhard

http://www2.cs.uregina.ca/~gerhard/
Wolseley, Saskatchewan, Canada
dbg@listen.to

I have been taking panoramic images since July 2000, when I stiched my first cylindrical. I moved to cubic panoramas in the summer of 2003, when I purchased my Nikon 4500 and FC-E8 fisheye lens. I created a custom panorama head which allows me to take all horizontal shots plus zenith, although I still take Nadir hand-heald to make it easier to remove the tripod. I have participated in the World Wide Panorama project since its inception on the spring solstice 2004.

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Contributions


wwp1205 | Best of 2005

Shubox Theatre, before "Challenging Bodies"

University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Friday, June 24, 2005, 5:00 PM (23:00 UTC)

wwp905 | Energy

Rushlake Creek Wind Power Site

25 Kilometers southeast of Swift Creek, Saskacthewan, Canada

September 23, 2005 4:09PM (22:09 UTC)

wwp605 | Water

Fairy Lake Spillway

Wolseley, Saskatchewan, Canada

18:41:00 Sunday June 19, 2005 UTC

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wwp305 | Marketplace

Grain Elevators

Wolseley, Saskatchewan, Canada

Friday, March 18, 2005 17:00 GMT-06:00

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wwp1204 | Sanctuary

Ellisboro Cemetery

Ellisboro, Saskatchewan, Canada

December 21, 2004, 20:45 UTC (14:45 local time)

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wwp904 | Bridges

The Swinging Bridge in Wolseley, Saskatchewan.

Wolseley, Saskatchewan, Canada

September 21, 12:33 am CST

wwp304 | The Original WWP

Qu'Appelle Valley

Lebret, Saskatchewan, Canada

07:32 CST

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