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(March 17–20, 2005)

Gerard Kuster

Saturday Market, Enschede

Erik Krause

Freiburger Münstermarkt from above

Freiburg im Breisgau, south west corner of Germany

March 17, 2005 - 11:00 UTC (12.00 local time)

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© 2005 Erik Krause, All Rights Reserved.

The place around the Freiburger Münster was most likely used as a market place since many hundred years - probably even before the Münster was built around the year 1200.

Market takes place each day but sunday. This thursday in march wasn't much action. It's more crowded during holidays -mostly by tourists.

Many thanks to Eckhard Gerteis who made this shot possible by opening some doors that otherwise would have stayed close.
Both in german: M

More sphericals (not only marketplace) on pano.erik-krause.de
Taken 10 images on Fuji Reala with 1/60 second exposure time at f/8 with Zenitar 16mm Fisheye. Camera mounted on a monopod and held over the railing. Scanned with Nikon LS40 and stitched using autopano and PTGui. Postprocessed in Photoshop. Converted to cubic with PanoCubePlus
Behind the scene : how this panorama was made
I was looking whether I could shoot a panorama from the upper platform of the tower where I met a technician who took photos from each stone of the walls there.

We talked a bit and I explained what I wanted to do and that it would be better to not be so high above the market. He said that he had a general key and if it wouldn't take too long we could go down on the Sterngang - the lowest balcony around the tower - which is normally closed to the public.

The panorama was shot with the camera on a monopod held over the railing much the same as my 'Welcome to Verdon' panorama.

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