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© 2006 Erik Van den Broeck, All Rights Reserved.
- camera - Nikon D50
- lens - Nikon 10.5mm F2.8
- bracket - Nodal Ninja 3
6 roundshots at 1600 ASA F8 1/15s
- stitcher - PTGUI
- cubic converter - Pano2QTVR
- editor - Photoshop CS2 & Paint Shop Pro 9
Behind the scene : how this panorama was made
This is my first pano with my new D50 and 10.5mm F2.8 lens, coming home I noticed I used 1600 ISO but on a closer look this was no mistake as I needed 1/15s to use F8, being there the place look’s well lit but with these lights that's a false impression.
Also notice the 3 types of light, so used the sunny setting to get natural colours.
Also a first for me is the use of a 3 meter pole, the camera cannot be reached and the IR remote did not work without being in the pictures until I sticked on a paper reflector next to the receiver.
And yes there are errors, some ropes are diconnected but these are no stitsching errors, I just could not ask the climbers to hang there for a couple of minutes, so got errors between the roundshots and the upshot, I did not even try to correct them in PS due to the complicated backdrop.