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Melbourne Bike Fest in HDR, Nov 27, 2010 by John Warkentin

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Taken by
John Warkentin John Warkentin
Explore score
0.17 Gigapixels
Date added
Jun 08, 2011
Date taken
Nov 27, 2010

Manfrotto 303 SPH QTVR


This is a 3:1 aspect ratio crop of the centre section of a full 360x180 degree Pano.

The complete set of frames were shot on a Canon 7D with a Sigma 15mm Fisheye Lens.

It was a 3 Row Pano with 8 Columns per Row and 3 extra Nadir Frames.

However as it was shot for HDR, each of these frames was in fact the result of 3 blended exposures.

There were also extra frame sets shot on the main row in an effort to deal with all the people milling about. A total of 108, 18 MegaPixel images were shot.

Exposure Details:
1/2, 2 and 8 seconds at F11 and ISO 100

With these relatively long exposures, there was of course a great deal of movement with the people in the room viewing the exhibits. As such, there are a number of straight motion blur ghosts as well as HDR ghosts in the resulting pano. But for the most part the room is rock solid and the HDR process has really brought many of the exhibit's colours and textures to life.

Final File Dimensions are 22,500 x 7,500 pixels

Oct 2011
I have reworked a new HDR version of this pano in full 360x180 degree view and hosted it on 360 Cities at the following link:
www.360cities.net/image/bike-fest-melbourne-nov-2010 Will open in a new tab or window

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