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Wrinkle Tribute

(December Solstice - 0608 UT, 22 December 2007 +/- 12 h)

Serge Maandag

A Touch of Magic...

Bo Lorentzen

Larchmont Blvd at 10:08pm

Larchmont Village, Los Angeles, California, USA

December 21st 22:08 California (10:08pm)

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© 2007 Bo Lorentzen, Some Rights Reserved. Creative Commons License

Larchmont Blvd also known as Larchmont Village in Los Angeles, the boulevard is well known for its selection of great restaurants and each day draws a large crowd making parking almost impossible. However it is not known for Christmas shopping, and by 10pm on the evening of Dec 21th 2007 the street is almost empty as the stores are closing down, parking was easy.

While I was not part of the original wrinkle shoot, I was already photographing panoramas professionally back then, only 10 years ago, digital cameras were exotic animals with poor performance, one early camera the Fujix Nikon camera shot 1280x960 and cost well north of $ 10.000. This year I shot with the new Olympus E3 set to auto-graduation which expanded the dynamic range and this panorama is shot without the normal bracketing of the exposures. Panoramas, cameras, and technology in general have truly taken major steps in the last 10 years. Im looking forward to the next wrinkle celebration.

USA-Canada / USA-California

Lat: 34° 4' 29.35" N
Long: 119° 20' 25.56" W

Elevation: 310 feet

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Olynpus E3 with Zuiko 8mm mounted in bophoto bracket on Gizo 1027 tripod - stitched with PT-gui edit in photoshop and qtvr made with PanoCube - 8 shots at 10 sec f.8 - 100 iso - camera set to auto-graduation.

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