Saturday, January 16, 2010

Saint Roch Pano - St-Roch, Quebec

After a sushi dinner with friends, I walked back to my car. Had my gear as I wanted to take a few pictures and a few pano on the walk back. But I underestimated the temperature. It was sooooo cold that the lube in my 3-axis tripod head was too thick; I could unscrew one of the axis on the head and it would not bulge. I had to push it down into position. No need to mention that I took this pano, a few other pictures... and ran for cover!

For once, the sky was clear, so my night pano will not have any orangy-pink sky... instead it turned out... purple? Photomatix brought that because I could not see that with my naked eye; only slightly on the longest exposures.

Interactive View.

Saint Roch Pano - Equirectangular Projection in St-Roch, Quebec

SaintRochoide - Stereographic Projection in St-Roch, Quebec

Technical information:
51 images in 3 rows of 4-8-4 images + nadir * 3 exposures each.
Shot at 10mm, ISO320 f8 and 4s +\- 2 stop.
Generated 3 equirectangular panorama (one per exposure) with hugin and post process with photomatix.
Post process to enhance the contrast and lower the saturation.
Brought back the equirectangular pano in hugin to generate this stereographic projection.

I'm learning and want to improve. Don't hesitate to post constructive criticism!
Je veux m'améliorer. N'hésitez pas à me donner des critiques constructives!


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