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(June 18-22, 2008)

Florian Bertzbach

Upstairs - Downstairs

Ingemar Bergmark

Too Tired to Walk

Yongin, South Korea

June 22, 2008 03:32 UTC+0900

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We've all used them, and they can be found all around us. In shopping malls, banks, airports, office buildings and as you can see here, in apartment buildings.

The elevator in this panorama is the one in our apartment building, and this is actually the first time in three years that I've used it!

You see, we live on the first floor and have our own entrance from the side of the building as you can see in my panorama for the Wrinkle Tribute earlier this year.

This elevator is quite busy during the day, and I wouldn't have had enough time to hog the elevator for this shoot during daytime, so I waited until the wee early hours in the morning to take it.

I'm wondering what the guy that checks the CCTV monitors was thinking when he saw my strange antics in the elevator... but then again, he might have been sleeping.
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  • Canon EOS 5D
  • Nikkor 10.5mm Fisheye (with WidePan adapter)
  • Tripod: Manfrotto 055B Pro
  • Panohead: Rotopan 7 Mark II

  • Photoshop CS3
  • EnfuseGUI 1.04 with Enfuse 3.1-pre3
  • PTGui 8.0 Pro beta4
  • Pano2VR

Technical info:
The main panorama is taken with 4 shots around, plus zenith and nadir to create an equirectangular image. All images are taken in RAW mode, and converted with Adobe Camera Raw.
ISO 800, ~f/8, bracket 1/6, 1/2

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