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Laguna Beach by Stuart Smith

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About This Gigapan

Taken by
Stuart Smith Stuart Smith
Explore score
4.62 Gigapixels
Date added
Jul 23, 2009
Date taken
Jul 22, 2009

Canon 1d MKIII and Nodal Ninja


Laguna Beach California on a sunny Saturday afternoon.

Gigapan Comments (3)

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  1. Jann  Lipka

    Jann Lipka (August 02, 2009, 10:19PM )

    Thanks for the deatails. With R8 the smallest detent is 3 degrees. Did you stop " by the eye" ? With 1Dmark 3 and 400x1,4=560 mm FOV is something around 2,76 degrees Long side and 1,73 degrees short side . It sounds for me like - if shooting in portrait would make around something like 120 shots horisontally by 12 vertically . Around 1440 images more or less ? That would make 1, 3 degrees instead of 1/ degee portrait . Very good work anyway . With such a large images it is quite normal to see a LOT exposure and stitching errors. Thanks for sharing .

  2. Stuart Smith

    Stuart Smith (August 02, 2009, 09:54PM )

    I used a NN5 with RD8 rotator. I had to shoot like every 1/2 degree. I used Autopano Giga to stitch.

  3. Jann  Lipka

    Jann Lipka (August 02, 2009, 03:28AM )

    Good work . congrats. It looks like there is no stitching errors , that is good for beeing such a Huge pano. Autopan or PTGui ? NN5 ? What rotator ? 400mm with 1.4 extender should mean really small degree for every shot .... I thought it was impossible .

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