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Limits (March 18-27, 2011)

Miguel Sepúlveda

Memory Unlimited

John E Schwarzell

Many Limits and Homage to Trees

Canoga Park, California, USA

March 26, 2011, 6:00 pm PDT

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I explored many Limits making this pano as nice a pano of a really cool tree as fast as possible and as late as possible (for me) in terms of shooting window and submission window (way way way late edit ;) - thanks WWP team!). Also I wanted to know how close I could get to this tree at f/8 and still have it and everything in focus. I also wanted to have an object go from the nadir to the zenith and hopefully wrap on down as far as possible as well. Hence, a wicked cool tree. Also tried to see how well PTGui could do without me while also stitching in the nadir - had to still retouch some tripod out, and gotta shoot down better to get there ;(. Also wanted it to start panning way up top. Well, enjoy the VR!

Equipment

Nikon D200 (still - yeah, I know!), Sigma 8mm, Bogen tripod, old old Kaidan head, cable release, one human brain (mine).

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