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Mundrabilla Roadhouse, WA by John Warkentin

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Taken by
John Warkentin John Warkentin
Explore score
0.17 Gigapixels
Date added
Mar 24, 2010
Date taken
Dec 08, 2009

Manfrotto 303 SPH QTVR


This Panorama was re-worked for a fine art display print as part of my exhibition "Panoramic Perspectives".

The new version is here:
You can see the large 45 x 390 cm print as exhibited at the Brunswick Street Gallery here:

yourdigitaleye.com/panoramic-perspectives-at-the-brunswick-street-gallery Will open in a new tab or window/
Some more information on the back story of the image is here:

yourdigitaleye.com/mundrabilla-roadhouse Will open in a new tab or window/

Sunrise 360 degree Pano
18 3 shot brackets per row converted to HDR
50mm at F11 ISO 100
Shot on a Canon 5D
39213 x 4345 pixels or 162 Megapixels

some info about the area is here:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mundrabilla,_Western_Australia Will open in a new tab or window
The next roadhouse to the west is Madura. A pano from the lookout 2km west of the roadhouse is here:
Past Madura to the west you will find Caiguna Roadhouse:
The Nullarbor Roadhouse is at the eastern end of the Nullarbor Plain:
A new view of this roadhouse taken on Dec 18, 2010 is here:
I have the frames to rework this in HDR but that will have to wait until I'm back home to work on it.

Gigapan Comments (5)

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  1. John Warkentin

    John Warkentin (December 24, 2010, 12:40AM )

    Thanks for that. I was very keen on these roadhouses from last year that I shot a few more panos of them last week. The Nullarbor Roadhouse ones are up now and I'm working on a new Mundrabilli 24 x 3 row pano right now. Will be up in the next day or so with a possible HDR version once I get back home on a more powerful system.

  2. Glen David Short

    Glen David Short (December 22, 2010, 12:48AM )

    Very nice, this one really captures the atmosphere.

  3. david bermudez

    david bermudez (March 25, 2010, 02:37PM )

    Great work!

  4. John Warkentin

    John Warkentin (March 25, 2010, 01:19PM )

    I should have been a bit more clear. This is a single row pano with 18 frames to make up the full 360 degrees. However all the shots were backets of - 2 stops and the RAW frames were processed directly to yield 18 new HDR frames which were then stitched and sharpened to yield the pano you see above. I had no idea at the time it was going to look as good as it turned out. I will upload the even exposure frames today and you will be able to see why.

  5. Keith Rodgerson

    Keith Rodgerson (March 25, 2010, 10:06AM )

    Fabulous image. How many columns and rows please? Keith

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