Bluebells 9 Mugdock Woods Scotland

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Taken the 22/05/10
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Canon 5D mk II / Canon 15mm Fisheye lens / Nodal Ninja/tripod. Promote control and Hahnel wireless.

Technique:

Hugin -- see http://www.lightspacewater.net/Tutorials/ -- to create equirectangular. Postpocessing with GIMP&mathmap. Preprocessing from raw image using dcraw and enfuse; or from jpgs using enfuse.
erect2qtvr for the final conversion

Latitude: 55° 57' 34" N, Longitude: 4° 19' 54" W see »

Location: United Kingdom

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