I spent two nights a couple weeks apart at Sunday Pond in Millinocket, Maine recently shooting panoramas and timelapses of Mt. Katahdin reflecting in the pond. What a beautiful place!
Last weekend I hiked up to Chimney Pond on Mount Katahdin in Baxter State Park with some friends. I took the tripod, panning head, Nikon D700, and two lenses (14-24mm & 24-70mm) in hopes of getting a really good 360° panorama and a few large rectilinear panoramas.
I took this at the beginning of the month, but haven’t had time to work on it until this weekend. This is Mt. Katahdin viewed from Chester, Maine. I used the Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 VR II with the TC-20E III 2x teleconverter, for a 400mm focal length. It is stitched from a total of 28 […]
I took this panoramic of Mt. Katahdin one late afternoon this week from Lee, Maine. I shot it hand held without a tripod, 400mm focal length, 10 portrait pictures across, 5 exposures each, aperture priority at f/10. RAW conversion was done with Capture NX2, stitched with PTGui into individual files with transparent masks, blended with […]