Fresh from the 2007 IVRPA conference and full of enthusiasm for shooting in ways I hadn't dare, I captured this late-night view of the Gunnison River lit by the moon's rise up canyon during a family holiday. Of the hundreds of panos shot throughout the year, this mix of water, rock, plants, stars and moon light prove to be the most naturally inspirational.
To view a few other panos from this trip, visit this page: http://www.photosurveyor.com/panos/219
Hardware from bottom up - Bogon Tripod, NodalNinja 3, Canon 30D, Nikon 10.5 FishEye, Remote Release
Software from frst to last - Canon DPP - PhotoMatix - PTGui - PhotoShop - Pano2QTVR
Shooting - ISO 1600 - Tv 1/10 Sec. - Av about f:8 - 3x Exposure +/- 1.5 Stops
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