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Best Of 2015

(January – December 2015)

Robert Bilsland

Hundreds of Years of Worship Atop Cliffs of White

Claudia Betschart

Unfinished railway tunnel from WWI

Near Godovič, about 35 km WSW of Ljubljana

August 25, 2015; 11:40 local daylight saving time (13:40 UTC)

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My panorama was taken during this year’s Pano Tools Meeting in Ljubljana. Boštjan Burger stepped in as organizer short notice and we enjoyed a very special meeting with only five participants. Thanks again to Boštjan for making this possible for us!
On a day excursion out of the city we visited some great sites, caves and also an unfinished tunnel from WWI. There, Boštjan introduced us to the light-painting technique for taking panoramas in pitch dark places, that he had developed to perfection (as you can see looking at many of Boštjan's contributions to the world wide panoramas). We all got the opportunity to try it out ourselves. Here you see the result of my first – and so far only – light-painted panorama. It was a great experience.
More information and panoramas in this tunnel can be found here. Please also have a look at Jürgen Matern’s contribution that was taken during the same excursion, in a cave with a challenging light situation.

Europe / Slovenia

Lat: 45° 57' 8.11" N
Long: 14° 4' 48" E

Elevation: ca. 620 m

→ maps.google.com [EXT]

Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

Hardware: Nikon D5500, Sigma 8mm f3.5 EX DG fisheye lens, cheap lightweight tripod and 360Precision Atome panohead, strong handheld zoomable flashlight (Led Lenser X21, provided by Boštjan)
Software: PTGui, Adobe Lightroom 5, Adobe Photoshop CS5

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