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Best of 2014

(January 1st — December 31st, 2014)

Alain Hamblenne

Val Benoit Chemistry Laboratory - Laboratoire de chimie du Val Benoit

Gabi Haindl

Luminale - Osthafen Bridge

Osthafenbrücke, Frankfurt/Main, Hesse, Germany

April 2, 2014; 23:05 CET

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Luminale - Illumination of the Osthafen Bridge

This year the new Osthafen Bridge was part of the Luminale in Frankfurt. Different patterns like dots, stripes, formulas ... have been projected onto the bridge.

The projected patterns on the bridge changed every 3 minutes (including a short break), which made it hard to take panoramas. The first evening, when we discovered this nice Luminale project, all tries to get a complete HDR set of photos for a panorama failed. But at least we got an idea how long one pattern was projected.

In the second night the timing was perfect. Eight photo positions for the panorama. Each position had bracketing with three steps and the apperture two steps more open than the night before to get the sum of the exposure times shorter. Plus two aditional HDR photos and all fitted into the time frame for one projected pattern.

Two years ago this bridge was built at the river bank of the Main and was moved later to it's final place. I took a night panorama from "The Night Before The Big Move" and submitted it for the Best Of 2012.
For contact information and more panoramas, check my personal website, Kugelblick.de
Nikon D300 with Nikkor 10.5mm, Novoflex VR-System PRO II, SNS-HDR Lite (bracketing: three steps), PTGui Pro and GIMP.

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