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Zugersee by Daniel Dabney

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Daniel Dabney Daniel Dabney
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52
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1.03 Gigapixels
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2128
Date added
Mar 28, 2010
Date taken
Mar 28, 2010
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First Epic Pro attempt. Infrared (full spectrum) camera with red filter, channel swap and subjective white balance adjustment in Photoshop. View is looking west over the Zugersee from Oberwil, Switzerland. Canon 5DII modified by Hutech, 135mm at 1/125 f16.


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  1. John Toeppen

    John Toeppen (March 28, 2010, 07:38AM )

    Nice. This is a case of where photography truly allows us to see the real world in a different light.

  2. Daniel Dabney

    Daniel Dabney (March 28, 2010, 07:24AM )

    Yes, I used the 135L. I use the battery grip on my 5DII, and so I can't align to the nodal point vertically--the camera is too tall. There is enough room, I expect, to adjust the camera with respect to the lateral rotation, but nothing was close enough here to make me think that was worth the trouble.

  3. John Warkentin

    John Warkentin (March 28, 2010, 01:54AM )

    Are you using the Canon 135mm L prime? If so are you able to get it's alignment perfectly set up on the pro head?

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