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- Taken by
- Greg Lloyd
- Explore score
- 1.15 Gigapixels
- Date added
- Mar 01, 2009
- Date taken
- Feb 25, 2008
From Wikipedia: "Great American Ball Park is the home of Major League Baseball's Cincinnati Reds. The name reflects the owner of the park's naming rights, Cincinnati-based Great American Insurance Group. Former Cincinnati Reds majority owner Carl Lindner, Jr. is Great American Insurance Group's majority owner.
The park opened on March 28, 2003 with an exhibition game against the Cleveland Indians where the ceremonial first pitch was thrown by former Red Chuck Harmon. Former President George H. W. Bush threw out the first pitch at the first regular season game played there. Vice-President Dick Cheney threw out the first pitch on Opening Day 2004. President George W. Bush threw out the first pitch before the Reds' April 4, 2006 opening day game against the Chicago Cubs. Great American Ball Park will be home to the Civil Rights game in 2009 and 2010."
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_American_Ballpark "Paul Brown Stadium is a football stadium located in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is the home of the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League. It opened on August 19, 2000. Bucking a recent trend, the city decided against selling the naming rights of the new stadium to a large corporation and named it after coaching legend Paul Brown, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame who founded not only the Bengals in 1966, but also the Cleveland Browns in 1946."
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Brown_Stadium ".S. Bank Arena (known originally as the Riverfront Coliseum, and known later as The Crown and the Firstar Center), is an indoor arena located in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio near the Ohio River next to the Great American Ball Park. Completed in 1975, the arena seats 12,823 for ice hockey. It was the home of the Cincinnati Stingers of the WHA from 1975-1979. Since then, the arena has hosted another minor-league hockey team and various concerts, political rallies, tennis tournaments, figure skating, a Billy Graham Crusade, and other events. The facility's longest-serving tenant was the men's basketball program of the University of Cincinnati, which used the arena from its completion until 1987, when U.C. played its games at Cincinnati Gardens (1987-89) until an on-campus facility (Shoemaker Center), now known as Fifth Third Arena, was completed. The arena building was heavily renovated in 1997, and is still in use. The current main tenant is the Cincinnati Cyclones franchise of the East Coast Hockey League. The Cincinnati Jungle Kats of the arenafootball2 league played their one and only season at the U.S. Bank Arena in 2007, posting a record of 1-15. On occasion, there are local pushes for the attraction of another major sports franchise to occupy the somewhat underused arena, possibly an NBA franchise either relocated or expanded, though little has ever come to fruition. The NBA was last played in Cincinnati in 1972, and never at this facility, aside from exhibition games."
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/US_Bank_Arena * Taken with a Sony DSC-H10 - 8 mp, 10x zoom.
* Stitched on a Late 2008 MacBook Pro running Leopard.
* Removed vingetting using PTLens for the Mac.
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GigaPan Stitcher version 0.4.3865 (Macintosh)
Panorama size: 1152 megapixels (63666 x 18103 pixels)
Input images: 308 (28 columns by 11 rows)
Field of view: 114.9 degrees wide by 32.7 degrees high (top=14.1, bottom=-18.5)
All default settings
Original image properties:
Camera make: SONY
Camera model: DSC-H10
Image size: 3264x2448 (8.0 megapixels)
Capture time: 2008-02-25 08:57:21 - 2008-02-25 09:19:46
Exposure time: 0.00625
Focal length (35mm equiv.): unknown
White balance: Fixed
Exposure mode: Manual
Horizontal overlap: 29.7 to 35.1 percent
Vertical overlap: 32.9 to 40.1 percent
Computer stats: 3840 MB RAM, 2 CPUs
Total time 2:24:54 (0:28 per picture)
Alignment: 13:09, Projection: 15:14, Blending: 1:56:30