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Vladimir Popov

Midnight Yo-Yoing

Piotr Popik

Paintings at Brama Florianska

Kraków (Cracow), Poland

September 19, 2009, 13:00 local time

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© 2009 Piotr Popik, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

It is not that easy in Kraków to find in one afternoon someone performing art (and eager to be photographed): it’s much easier to find people selling the art. Just near Brama Florianska (everyone who ever been in Kraków, seen it), one can buy pictures, not necessarily showing the old city. Interestingly enough, we have a nice conversation with the owner of the gallery about manual lenses for our cameras. More about this unique gallery. BTW, Marianna is now almost 3.5 years old.

Location

Europe / Poland

Lat: 50° 3' 53.7" N
Long: 19° 56' 27.5" E

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Equipment

The panorama was taken with Peleng MC f 3.5/8 mm lens (set at f 8, 1 m) on Canon EOS 20D camera, (set at various exposure times), ISO 200). It was stitched with 5 images (4 around plus zenith) using Professor’s Helmut Dersch Panorama Tools (PTGui 4.1 graphical interface). Autopano and Enblend, as well as Gimp's ability to create Text Circle Logo were all of great help. I used 8 bit source images. Equirectangular image was converted to Quicktime with registered version 1.6.2 of Pano2QTVR Pro.
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