Vienna aerial view

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CamDog

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The pictures for this panorama were captured on 28th of May, 2o12 (o8:55am) from the construction crane used to build up the "Vienna DC Tower" building at apx. 150m above ground level.

The pano consists of 68 pics (3648 x 2736) shot with an Olympus SP-570 UZ, manually set to ISO-64, F5.6, 1/250s and lens focal lenght ~57mm.

Hope to redo this in high resolution soon!
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Date Created 6/2/2012
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(11)
HarasPlessis Over 1 year ago
Superb, CamDog. I have favorited it.
How did you make this pano? From a helicopter drone? With which lens?
paulraven Over 1 year ago
Awesome!
CamDog Over 1 year ago
@HarasPlessis: Thx! Yes, would love to have a helicoptic robohead you mentioned but alas, it was only done from top of a crane ;-)
CamDog Over 1 year ago
@paulraven: Thx! :-)
Juanjo_Miralles Over 1 year ago
Congratulations for this "photo". Very nice place to take the photo
MagiView Over 1 year ago
Impressive, CamDog. It's now in my favorites.

How comes the crane doesn't show of the photo?
CamDog Over 1 year ago
@Juanjo_Miralles: Thx! Indeed a very airy location, I like this place. First time I was there a strong wind was blowing, also moving the entire crane...
CamDog Over 1 year ago
@MagiView: Thank you! Well, first I was surprised about the missing crane too. But I guess it happens during stitching, when many pictures from different sides and angles provide overlapping information. So your feet or standig (or the crane in this case) simply drops out when the output is rendered. Try to look down straight to the ground, zoom in and you will see at least some (yellow) remains of the crane.
MagiView Over 1 year ago
Thanks for your reply, CamDog.
When are you going to publish another pano as great as this one?
brandywine1960 11 months ago
This is a fantastic pic it really puts you there.
faint 9 months ago
WOW
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