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This 360 degree GigaPan from a trail in Schenley Park includes the vine covered bank uphill, and the mid canopy of the forest downhill. This early morning shot was taken with fixed exposure (1/3 sec, f8) and automatic focus. The forest canopy includes red and white oak, Norway maple, sycamore, and tulip tree.
This view was taken uphill from a gap in the forest which allowed a good view of the mid canopy. It included bright areas of sky which made it a bad decision to use automatic exposure (aperture priority at f8). Individual photos of the large areas of sky were taken with shorter shutter speeds and everything in those ...
This is the first 360 degree GigaPan I made during the May fofs Workshop. It is on a steep forested eastern slope of Flagstaff Hill. The goal was to experiment with the focus and exposure challenges in forests, and to explore the potential for capturing vegetation community information from GigaPans. Ignoring the sta...
This is the first real GigaPan I took during the May fofs Workshop. The view is from Flagstaff Hill toward the Cathedral of Learning. My goal was to experiment with the challenges of great depth of field and low light in forests, although the distant skyline is the real subject of this shot. The focus in all photos f...