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Elevation (June 18-22, 2008)

Joel M. Baldwin

Yosemite Valley from Eyehook Point

Michael Bajko

Our Pantry & the Elevation of Food Prices

Oratia, Waitakere, Aotearoa/New Zealand

8.15pm NZST, 21 June 2008

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© 2008 Michael Bajko, Some Rights Reserved. Creative Commons License

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Yes, OK, the price of food is always going up! But not so high, so fast! It's not that we can't grow enough, we just don't, and what we do doesn't get distributed where it's needed. We'll be OK, but there's a lot of people in this wide world of panoramas that increasingly won't be! Elevation! Of caring! Elevation! Of respect! Elevation! Of the elevated self! Will it ever happen? Can it ever happen?

Equipment

Nikon D70, Nikkor 10.5mm, slik tripod, Panosauras, Intel P4, XP Pro, PTGui Pro 7.8, PS CS3, Pano2VR Beta.

Behind the scene : how this panorama was made: A Cautionary Tale!

Our Pantry is far too narrow to swing a cat in, so I knew that nodal point accuracy was going to be paramount. I duly calculated the Nodal point for my Nikkor 10.55mm and set to work. Very good indeed, I thought! Well PTGui had other thoughts on the matter and I had come away with zig-zag shelves! A call to the PTGui Forum and all was revealed! Big thanks to Erik Krause and John Houghton! Half remembered methods of Nodal Point location DO NOT an actual Nodal Point find! A lot of cut and paste carried out here. Most sucessfull, some not!

Yes! Check the Literature before setting out on such an elevated task as a Claustrorama! (Michel Thorby's term)

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