Huge Swiss alps
Huge Swiss alps | 2011-10-12 21:29:38
Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 135 mm, f/8, 1/320 sec, iso 100

So, because I missed my lenses which are home so much, I decided to buy a lens which I have wanted for some time now: the 135 f/2L. And what to do with such a lens on your first week of usage? Make a 169 megapixel panorama of course! No actually I didn't really set out to do this, but I thought it would be a pretty fun thing to do and try to get done on my laptop. Well, my macbook barely survived all the rendering (since I made 4 panoramas the render time was quite steep), but I'm pretty stoked with the result. For the convenience of viewing I included a link below to the a bigger (and heavily watermarked) size, and a link to a 100% crop of the panorama itself. The bigger size below is 4096 pixels wide, the original is a whopping 26926 pixels wide. The stitch used 33 photos and a planar projection. The viewing angle is about 60 degrees wide. Bigger, watermarked
100% crop

Categories: [Nature]   [Canon EOS 5D Mark II]   [Canon EF135 f/2L]  

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