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Schwarzsee by M A

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Taken by
M A M A
Explore score
138
Size
58.50 Gigapixels
Views
8966
Date added
Apr 01, 2011
Date taken
Mar 28, 2011
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Description

Panoramabild aufgenommen etwas oberhalb von Schwarzsee in Zermatt (Schweiz). Die Rundsicht beträgt ca. 345 Grad.
Es wurden rund 7000 Fotos (JPG) mit dem Gigapan Epic Pro, einer Nikon D80, einem Nikkor 300mm f/4 Festbrennweitenobjektiv und einem Nikkor TC-17E II Telekonverter aufgenommen. Zusammengesetzt mit Autopano Giga 2.5.
Einstellungen:
Iso 250
t 1/2500
f 8
WB Sonnenlicht
Die starke Vignettierung scheint mindestens zum Teil auf die kurze Belichtungszeit zurückzuführen zu sein.

This panorama is made near the location Schwarzsee in Zermatt, Switzerland. I made about 7000 pictures (only JPG) with the Gigapan Epic Pro, a Nikon D80, a Nikkor 300mm f/4 lens and a Nikkor TC-17EII konverter. Stitched with autopano giga 2.5.
Iso 250
t 1/2500
f 8
WB sunlight
I think, the heavy grid of vignetting is also caused by the short exposure time (1/2500).


Gigapan Comments (7)

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  1. Walter Mayerhofer

    Walter Mayerhofer (August 27, 2012, 03:24PM )

    Hallo! versuche es mal mit Autopano Giga 3.0. Die Korrektur funktioniert viel besser als mit der 2.5 Version. lg Walter

  2. william hall

    william hall (April 30, 2011, 06:39AM )

    so what is the lens, body and mount?

  3. Taaplari

    Taaplari (April 25, 2011, 11:35AM )

    Nice to see real pixels, not just zoomed ones.

  4. Stoney Vintson

    Stoney Vintson (April 03, 2011, 12:46PM )

    Try rendering one the upper left hand corner to perfect the vignetting adjustment from Adobe Camera RAW, Adobe Lightroom, DxO Optics, Canon or Nikon imaging software. You can use the Canon Peripheral Illumination feature in camera or in post for a select group of supported lenses. On Nikon you can use the vignetting correction in the custom camera settings menu for certian lenses. You can also make a second pass over the smaller rock cairn with a different focus and then merge the two images with different focus. For this type of subject it is best to make multiple passes. I have made a mess by trying to focus stack landscapes in one pass position by position.

  5. Zbigniew Malolepszy

    Zbigniew Malolepszy (April 02, 2011, 03:06PM )

    This is great pano, but very heavy grid of vignetting makes it not perfect one. I think you could consider restitching this panorama after reducing the vignetting with very simple but quite good freeware www.photo-freeware.net/vignetting- reducer.php Will open in
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  6. frankd965

    frankd965 (April 02, 2011, 12:58PM )

    yes this one is quite amazing!

  7. Kate

    Kate (April 01, 2011, 08:37PM )

    The resolution of this photo is amazing!

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