Mallett’s old saw mill

I took this spherical panorama of Mallett’s old saw mill on Mattakeunk Stream at the edge of Merrill Pond in Lee, Maine yesterday. I chose 24mm, ISO 100, f/22, and 9 exposures of 1/250 to 1 second to get some longer shutter speeds for flowing water. Unfortunately my 14-24mm f/2.8 lens doesn’t have any filter rings (it has a huge, bulbous front lens element), so I can’t use a neutral density filter on it for really long shutter speeds. The no parallax point of my 24-70mm f/2.8 is so far forward that I can really only use it at 70mm on my panning head which would have been too much of a zoom for a tight space like this. I suppose I should get a 28mm f/1.8 prime for situations like this where filters would be useful.

Click the photo below to pan around and explorer. My first black and white spherical panorama is also in there if you click the thumbnail for it on the top left. Enjoy!




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