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Piotr Popik

A Closed Railway Station

Lądek-Zdrój, Poland

May 2, 2014, 15:00

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© 2014 Piotr Popik, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

This railway station was build on November 14, 1897. Until 1945, the station (and the city) was called Bad Landeck. The station was closed on March 15, 2004. As a kid, I often traveled to and from there, because my grandmother and grandfather lived in Ladek.

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Location

Europe / Poland

Lat: 50° 20' 30.55" N
Long: 16° 51' 31.45" E

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

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Equipment

The panorama was taken with the MC Zenitar 16mm 2.8 fisheye lens (set at f 8, ~ 2 m) that on full frame camera covers almost 100% of the view. More on this fantastic fisheye here . I used Canon EOS 5D MK3 camera, (set at: 1/2500 - 1/2 s), ISO 250).

The panorama was stitched with 16 images (no zenith or nadir) using Professor’s Helmut Dersch Panorama Tools (PTGui 4.1 graphical interface). I used 16 bit source images. Each image was done at -2, 0 and +2 EV and was rendered with SNS-HDR Home edition 1.4.22. Autopano and Enblend, as well as Gimp's ability to create Text Circle Logo were all of great help. Equi-rectangular image was created with registered version 1.6.6 of Pano2QTVR pro.
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