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  1. Aaron Priest

    Aaron Priest (March 04, 2015, 02:30PM )


  2. Ekkl├ęsia Gigapanography

    Ekkl├ęsia Gigapanography (February 03, 2015, 11:13PM )

    Very nicely done

  3. Aaron Priest

    Aaron Priest (June 08, 2013, 04:50PM )

    The other side of the lake is private property, so this was as close as I could get. I've taken larger panoramas at 200-400mm though that are 1 to 3 gigapixels. Those were not HDR like this because my computer last summer couldn't handle it. I've built a new one last month that should so I'll be shooting more this summer. :-) I'll geocode this when I get back home. Away on a work project this weekend.

  4. Tom Nelson

    Tom Nelson (June 08, 2013, 04:37PM )

    I agree, you're maxing out what you can do with the telephoto perspective you tend to choose. Your technique is so clean I'd love to see what you can do closer + wider + more Mpixels.

  5. The Gigapanographer Currently Known as "Kilgore661"

    The Gigapanographer Currently Known as "Kilgore661" (June 08, 2013, 09:05AM )

    Can you geocode please?

  6. Aaron Priest

    Aaron Priest (June 07, 2013, 10:08PM )

    I would have to reshoot it with a longer telephoto the next time I'm up there to get more megapixels. I was already at 400mm with my Nikon D700 using a 70-200mm and 2x teleconverter. This is a single row panorama in portrait orientation because the lens has a collar mount and I used a Really Right Stuff clamp bar on a Gigapan Epic Pro. I'd have to get a 300mm f/4 with a teleconverter or rent a very expensive 500mm or 600mm lens to get more than one row and more resolution from across the lake. Or upgrade to a Nikon D800! :-)

  7. Tom Nelson

    Tom Nelson (June 07, 2013, 01:11AM )

    Beautiful tonalities, Aaron. It'd be great if you could increase the resolution.