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(June 16–27, 2011)

Patricio Armijo

Memories of Duke

Pat Albright

Family Objects

Fort Worth, Texas, USA

June 18, 2011, 1:30 pm Central Texas Time (GMT -6)

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© 2011 Pat Albright, Some Rights Reserved. Creative Commons License

A family-group of objects united by significant shared family names. Example: AAA, AA, C, D which all have the term "Battery" in common. Batteries are all over the place—in our cars, our PCs, laptops, portable MP3 players and cell phones.

A battery is essentially a can full of chemicals that produce electrons. Chemical reactions that produce electrons are called electrochemical reactions. You of course know we then have a family humor reaction to our panorama ??? LOLLLL.. you must understand.. we are really stretching the concept of family with this panorama. It is important to have fun when being creative.

How I made this panorama. Kitchen room table with the center leaf removed. Placed the tripod and Nodal Ninja R1 rig under the table center. Lens was located at table surface level. Placed white tissue paper around on the table surface. Located the batteries around the camera. Took and stitched the panorama images. Decided y'all didn't need to see our kitchen so used a sky picture replacement for effect.
Nodal Ninja Ultimate R1 and R10



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Lat: 32° 39' 36.9" N
Long: 97° 22' 17.26" W

Elevation: 2 inches (5cm) elevation above Kitchen Table

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Canon 5D, Sigma 8 f/3.5, Manfrotto Tripod, Fanotec Nodal Ninja Ultimate R1 Ring Mount Pano Head, 4 Raw images at +5 deg tilt, Adobe Raw Converter, Adobe Photoshop CS5.5, PTGui Pro 9.0.4, Pano2VR 3.0 Panoramic Image Converter (Rev 1685/4.7.1 March 23, 2011)

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