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09/26/2005 10:09:46 AM · #1
when I was out looking for my perspective photo I managed to get a shot for the destination challenge at the same time
here are the two entries
both did well scoring better than a six each :)

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this is a quick combined shot of the two final as entered photos
they were taken about 4 mins apart from slightly different locations
as it was dawn and the light was changing quickly the first was a 6 sec exposure and the second was 4 sec exposure
I had to stretch the size of the boat photo to get it to match the scale of the bridge

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it is a very rough stitching job as it is more to show how the whole scene looked
I will have to go back one morning to get a proper set of photos to stitch together
09/26/2005 10:17:48 AM · #2
That is a good stitch. Very nice work. I'd like to see it again when you go back.
09/26/2005 10:19:20 AM · #3
Good Job !! I like the combination a lot!
09/26/2005 10:25:11 AM · #4
these shots were taken as wide as the camera can go 38mm full frame equiverlant
so if I wanted to get this from one shot would I have to use a 19mm or wider lens on a full frame camera and could I get it with a 10mm on a 1.6 crop camera ?
09/26/2005 02:55:36 PM · #5
bump for the other side of the world :)
09/26/2005 03:03:14 PM · #6
Originally posted by Firsty:

could I get it with a 10mm on a 1.6 crop camera ?

10mm x 1.6 = 16mm equiv.

09/26/2005 03:04:41 PM · #7
10mm on a 1.6 cam covers about 100 degrees on the long dimension. 35mm lens on a 1.6 crop is about 60 degrees on the long dimension. Given that these shots seem to have a little cropped off from the long sides (or they were shot in vertical orientation, with less side-to-side coverage than 60 degrees, it probably would work, yeah. Hard to say without being there, but 10mm stunningly wide. If I point it down just a little bit I see my feet :-)

Cool stitch.


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