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Nov 14, 2009 00:39 |  #1

Rather large panorama from Dante's Peak, Death Valley, CA.

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Nov 14, 2009 11:21 |  #2

Wow, impressive detail when zoomed in. How did you capture this (how many shots, camera/lens, settings used...)? Good work!


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Nov 14, 2009 16:02 |  #3

This is 88 shots with my 1DmkIII and a 24-105 at 104. I used a Nodal Ninja and a Slick tripod. Autopano to stitch and then some work in photoshop.

Pretty cool, you can see people walking down on the salt at Bad Water, that is like 10,000 feet straight down :)


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Nov 14, 2009 17:06 |  #4

So much detail! thank you for sharing :D


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Nov 14, 2009 22:11 |  #5

Thanks, Glad you like it :)


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Nov 15, 2009 05:58 |  #6

That's a superb image!! I'm interested to learn a little more on the equipment you're using?

What model Nodal Ninja are you using? and how do you handle stitching 88 images, what computer platform you using? I have a new iMac and it is fairly slow when stitching 15 images, can't imagine doing 88?

I'd love to try some shots like these myself, and am looking to get a pano head.

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Nov 15, 2009 18:38 |  #7

I'm using the Nodal ninja 5 with the RD8 rotator.

I use autopano giga to stitch, which is very good for this sort of thing.

I have a VERY fast PC. It's a dell studio XPS, Intel I7, 6 gig of memory, vista 64 bit OS. Processing image this size requires pretty good harware.


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Nov 16, 2009 04:47 |  #8

Spectacular!


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Nov 16, 2009 10:54 |  #9

Thanks!


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Nov 16, 2009 15:44 |  #10

Very, very nice. I would love to go back there someday.


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Nov 16, 2009 21:23 |  #11

this is nice pano with lots of detail




  
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Nov 16, 2009 22:18 |  #12

awesome!


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Nov 16, 2009 23:20 |  #13

Amazing work


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Nov 17, 2009 10:19 |  #14

Thanks again :)


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Nov 17, 2009 10:32 |  #15

Wow, great capture.


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