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© 2008 George Row, All Rights Reserved.
EquipmentCanon EOS 5D, with a Zenitar-M 16mm Fisheye f/2.8 lens, mounted on a Kaiden Kiwi panorama adapter.
Six sets of bracketed images were shot, plus a set for sky and ground. They were stitched using HugIn (version 0.7) with Enfuse invoked by Hugin to increase the dynamic range. It was rendered as a rotating Cubic-VR using CubicConvertor and CubicConector.
Behind the scene : how this panorama was madeThis panorama was the result of my recent experiments with Hugin and Enfuse. It was stitched by the latest version of Hugin (0.7_svn2978_20080331) that includes enfuse and autopano-sift-C) using exposure-bracketed images.
I pretty much followed the procedure outlined in January 2008 by Bruno Postle: http://hugin.sourceforge.net/tutorials/enfuse-360/en.shtml
The raw-materials consisted of 6 sets of horizontal images with 3 exposures in each set and a set of nadir shots and a set of zenith shots.
It was a very windy day. So windy that if I had let go of the tripod the wind would simply have blown it and the camera away.
I grabbed this shot thinking that the weather would change before the weekend and I would get something better but in the event the weather turned for the worst. So I went with this one.