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Performing Arts

(September 17-22, 2009)

Carl von Einem

Slacklining for Real Beginners

Jürgen Eidt

Singing Girls at Pike Place Market

Seattle, Washington, USA

Sunday, September 20, 2009, 13:08:00

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Pike Place Market is a public market overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle, Washington, United States.

The performers are in front of the first Starbucks Coffee store on a sunny Sunday.

Sundays are special for all of Pike Market Place, because it is closed to all traffic that day during the summer months and allows the audience to gather around and enjoy the artists.
Digital VR and Panoramic Photography http://digitalvr.cpicture.net/
Nikon D700, Sigma 8mm f/3,5 , no tripod used (hand held)
Behind the scene : how this panorama was made
The audience was gathering around the artists and tourists were passing by the side walk. It was just crowded, but for one short moment a gap opened and I quickly walked in, made 2 shots every 90 degrees turning around my feet, made one Zenit and one Nadir and walked out. It took probably about 15s and I'm not sure if someone even realized that a 360x180 panoramic image was done. The stitching was just a mess. Parallax errors everywere, but with some tricks and masking the input images I could reduce the post processing to have only one power cable from the building to the market halls removed.

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