Nitobe 180

Thursday, November 30th, 2006 :: 12:23 am

Today’s bonus post!

Nitobe Garden was closed yesterday by the time I got there yesterday, so I just had to go and make up for my disappointment yesterday, even while it was snowing! The place was absolutely gorgeous in white.

First image, 8 shot vertical stitch, second image, 7 shot vertical stitch! I am back in my panorama groove! :-) Click for large version!

1st Nitobe 180°

Nitobe Garden panorama

Shutter speed: 1/250s / Aperture: f/7.1 / Focal: 18mm / ISO: 400
2nd Nitobe 180°

Nitobe Garden panorama

Shutter speed: 1/125s / Aperture: f/7.1 / Focal: 18mm / ISO: 200

4 Responses to “Nitobe 180”

  1. Champagne Says:

    awesome 180d. view! the water must be frozen!

  2. nat Says:

    niiice. that last one almost looks like a b&w w/ a touch of colour on the right.
    so how do you stitch them together – in photoshop?

  3. lakche Says:

    WOW!! nice!!! this is one of the best nitobe garden shots i’ve even seen…
    so the garden was finally opened to public yesterday? I tried monday and tuesday, and it was closed :(

  4. a70 Says:

    Champagne: The water was actually more frozen than I thought… there was someone who put on skates and stated to skate on the edge of the water…

    nat: I use a software that I have highly recommended before, AutoStitch! Everything is automatic and I just need to point it to all the right files!

    lakche: Oh wow, I guess I did get lucky then! I went on Tuesday at 3pm and thought it was because it was after 2:30pm (when they close). I didn’t know they closed for two days! Good timing I guess :-P

    Although when I was coming out, the big doors were locked, and I could only come out from the small doors… for safety I guess.

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