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The Gigapanographer Currently Known as "Kilgore661" The Gigapanographer Currently Known as "Kilgore661"
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52
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0.12 Gigapixels
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940
Date added
Mar 09, 2013
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After some recent success with combining focus and exposure bracketing in a gigapan, I thought I would try doing the same thing outside with portable gear, and just for the challenge I thought I would do it at night. Unfortunately it was freezing cold so I shot at 12800ISO so I could get home as fast as possible.

Obviously 12800ISO is useless for gigapans (unless, I suppose, if you want to make a regular-sized image that looks like it was taken with a wide-angle lens that you don't have), but I confirmed that I could carry all the gear I needed for a night focus and exposure bracketing gigapan (including a netbook for controlling the focus bracketing). On the other hand, if I want to do the job properly and shoot at low ISO then it will take a long time and I will need more gear like a comfortable chair and outdoor heater not to mention hampers and servants.

The colours look a bit weird because the scene is actually lit with orange street lights and this was the best I could do to make the scene look "natural". Complete scene with unadjusted colours here gigapan.com/gigapans/125277.


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