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(March 15-23, 2014)

Jean Guy Lathuilière

Paris, Restaurant Les Nautes - Banks of Seine River

Erik Krause

10 Years of Changes

Merzhausen, Southwest corner of Germany

23 March 2014, 15:26 local time

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I missed the very first WWP event but joined the second one in summer. My two boys were 2 and 3 years old then. Now they attend secondary school and have fun on the trampoline. I shot on analog film then and helped to establish the panotools wiki.

Some time later the "Panotools Wars" started: http://wiki.panotools.org/PanoTools:History, PanotoolsNG was formed and I tried to participate in any WWP event. I switched to shooting digital relatively late.

Our guitar shop and my workshop moved, my wife's doctor's office moved and we moved, too.

We where searching for an own house and found this one 3 years ago, together with a nice family. And I learned slacklining (at the age of 50)...

Europe / Germany

Lat: 47° 57' 53.38" N
Long: 7° 49' 29.26" E

Elevation: 287

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Behind the scene : how this panorama was made
We had a week with very nice weather and I had no idea and later either me or my actors had no time to shoot the intended panorama. So I had to shoot on the very last day of the shooting period, it had just stopped raining and it was pretty cold.

The sky was pretty bright and I didn't want it to blow out so I used Magic Lantern auto-ettr in order to get the highest dynamic range possible in a single shot. Neither the trampoline nor the slackline allowed for shooting bracketed due to fast movement. Another challange was the slackline crossing two images, so any movement would be visible in the overlap. My son took several images from both positions and luckily two of them aligned almost perfectly.

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