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Atmosphere (March 20-25, 2007)

Tom Fulmer

Airplane, clouds, contrails, geese, sun and moon

Dani Fuchs

3 in 1 or 1080˚

Föhnhafen Brunnen, Vierwaldstättersee, Switzerland

March 21, 17:52 / March 23, 13:28 / March 25, 08:08 local time

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© 2007 Dani Fuchs, All Rights Reserved.



How do you picture atmosphere in a panorama? At the peak of a mountain? When I viewed my earlier contributions I found the source of inspiration:

Water surface reflects the atmosphere, reacting to its changes.

Back to same place as the “Original WWP”. During three days I shot three panoramas at sunrise, midday and during sunset and finally merged them into one.

The changes in the clouds and the incidence of light reflect in the water hence changing the colors, the mountains, the perception and consequently the sense of atmosphere.

As comparison the same place 3 years ago: http://geoimages.berkeley.edu/worldwidepanorama/wwp304/html/DaniFuchs.html

Wie bildet man viel „Atmosphäre“ mit einem Panorama ab? Auf der Spitze eines Berges? Beim Betrachten meiner eigenen Beiträge kam die Inspiration: Wasserflächen reflektieren das Geschehen der Atmosphäre.

Am selben Ort wie das „Original WWP“, an drei Tagen, bei Sonnenaufgang, am Mittag und bei Sonnenuntergang wurde je ein zylindrisches Panorama geschossen und dann zu einem montiert.

Der unterschiedliche Lichteinfall und die Bewölkung reflektieren sich im Wasser und verändern die Farben, die Berge, die Wahrnehmung und somit die Atmosphäre in jedem Sinn.

Zum Vergleich derselbe Ort vor 3 Jahren: http://geoimages.berkeley.edu/worldwidepanorama/wwp304/html/DaniFuchs.html



Europe / Switzerland

Lat: 46° 59' 38.55" N
Long: 8° 35' 55.77" E

Elevation: 432m

→ maps.google.com [EXT]

Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.


Taken with a Canon 350d, Tokina 12-24mm @ 12mm, f11, 1/80 - 1/125 sec, ISO 100, 3 times 8 shoots. Mounted on panosaurus panohead. Stitched with PtGui, converted with Pano2QTVR

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