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EquipmentNikon D7000 camera, with a Nikkor 10.5mm fisheye lens, and a Nodal Ninja pano head.
6 around, 1 up, & 1 down
Behind the scene : how this panorama was made30 second exposure at f2.8 and ISO400 focused at infinity.
I took a second set of images intended to capture more detail in the foreground illuminating with my smart phone and a blue colored screen. The blue light did not work. I only faintly blended in a bit to the nadir of the pano.
I did not scope out an exact spot to take the pano except I knew it was going to be one of three graveyards on this dark road near the ocean.
There was a much darker grave site but with only a few stones. I felt the lights decorating this site added to the pano. I moved furthest away from street lights and traffic as possible, then positioned the camera so trees hid the worst of the street lights.
There was a time as a kid I would not venture near a graveyard at night. Shooing this pano, my biggest fear was that someone with a car and headlights on would investigate on what I was doing and ruin my shot.