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|Date/Time:||15-Jan-2012 05:35:57 +0000|
|Subject:||Re: Re: A new Danish Royal Shoot|
On 1/14/2012 4:26 PM, Hans wrote:
> --- In #removed#, Pat Swovelin <panoramas@...> wrote:
>> On 1/14/2012 3:50 PM, Hans wrote:
>>> I have just finished a panorama from the celebration of Queen
>>> Margrethe 40 year anniversary.
>>> This was taken 2 hours ago at the Danish Television Concert house.
>>> Note that this is a 1 hour stitch 33000x16500
>>> There are a couple of weird faces we discovered which I am working on.
>>> The Royals including the King of Sweden and Norway are also in it.
>>> BTW I was actually also interviewed before taking the pano.
>>> And I just discovered that there is a zoom in on me on the screen at
>>> the top.
>>> Tech. 5D MarkII and 24-105mm at 32mm.
>>> 3 rows of 12 + zenith.
>>> 1600 ISO and 1/20 5.0
>> Nice work, Hans. What was the capture time? Because you were shooing
>> longish lens and somewhat wide open did you use autofocus?
>> It's too bad you weren't standing beside the camera instead of behind it
>> so your face would've been shown and you'd get more credit for your work.
> I got 3 minutes to take it and thats what I used.
> Capture timestamps
> Shot it bracketed and 2-3 shots per angle so in all 195 Raw files.
> Could have saved the 3 bracketing. Have only used the main exposure.
> However I had almost 20 minutes with the camera set up on stage as
> everything was delayed.
> It was planned that I should be on stage from 21.53 to 22.00
I think the most impressive thing about it is that virtually everyone in
the room is looking into the lens. Did you have to swap many faces to
get good looks on everyone?
What kind of background check did you have to go through to be allowed
unfettered access to the Queen and 2 Kings?
Cool Guy @ Large