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Best of 2007

(January 1st - December 28th, 2007)

Yasuhiro Muranaka

The Carpet of Ginkgo

Mike Morper

Cook's Corner - Biker Bar in the OC

Trabuco Canyon, California, USA

April 22, 2007 - 23:18 UTC (03:18 local time)

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© 2007 Mike Morper, All Rights Reserved.

Born and raised in Orange County, California this Biker Bar is one of my earliest memories as we used to pass it on our way out for camping trips or just weekend drives. The wild fires that destroyed so much of Southern California in October of this year almost consumed this landmark.

Fortunately, it is still there and continues to be a weekend destination for some of the coolest bikes you'll ever see.

Other panoramas and photography by Mike Morper: http://www.morper.net/photography/

Canon 20D body Canon 17-85 mm lens Bogen tripod Bogen 330SPH tripod head Adobe Lightroom Kekus Calico CubicConverter Adobe Photoshop CubicConnector
Behind the scene : how this panorama was made

Canon 20D body Canon 17-85 mm lens Bogen tripod Bogen 330SPH tripod head

This cubic panoramic photography was created by shooting three rows of 15 images each: Row one: parallel with the ground; row two: 45 degrees up; and row three: 45 degrees down. Then one picture pointing straight up and one straight down.

All images were processed in Adobe Lightroom for white balance and minor color enhancement. Stitching was completed using Calico from Kekus all on my trusty Mac G5 dual processor.

CubicConverter was then used for extraction of zenith and nadir (straight up, straight down) cube faces for minor cleanup and tripod removal in Photoshop.

Audio was captured at the location with a handheld recorder then inserted into the fullscreen panorama using CubicConnector.

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