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The Quad Exposed

by on Oct.29, 2018, under Life, Photography

So it has been many months since I’d posted any images and even longer since I’d actually taken any serious landscapes. Alas due to an injury not all that long after this was taken (over 12 months ago) I’ve found it difficult to physically shoot (a frozen right shoulder has drastically impinged my movement and usability of my right arm)

This was taken on a trip to Sydney University with my eldest daughter. Here we have a full 360 degree spread out view taken from the centre of the Quadrangle in the middle of the Great Hall – stand in the middle and spin around with the left and right edges meeting up 🙂

In fact here I’ve loaded into a pano viewer for you so you can spin around and see for yourself 🙂

Below you have the original flattened out panoramic image

Note: These photographs (especially the wider shots) look much better when larger. To see larger versions in an inline overlay slideshow gallery viewer click any of the images.

The Quad Exposed

The Quad Exposed

NIKON D750 + 12.0 mm f/2.8 @ 12 mm, 1/2 sec at f/5.6, ISO 100 x 56 Frames

It was taken during the dying stages of twilight (after sunset) and as you can see it was, alas, raining…

It’s a full 360˚ panoramic stitch of eight (8) sets of seven (7) bracketed frames (at +-1EV increments taken around a centre slightly underexposed (-1 and 2/3rds EV) frame) which were blended together. So basically 56 separate frames mushed together to create this mess 🙂


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