360° panorama from the roof of the Thomas Hill Standpipe in Bangor, Maine and a virtual tour of the interior.
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.
Here is a slideshow that I’ve been working on in After Effects of some high dynamic range (HDR) timelapse and panoramic photos that I’ve taken this year. I quickly discovered that it takes a lot of hard drive space and rendering time to work on these. For the very short timelapse sequences I took 9 […]
Here is a higher resolution photo of the sunset on Almanac Mt. It was dark enough to need a flashlight to see the path. Since the remaining light was fading fast, I broke all the typical “rules” for a high dynamic range panoramic: I skipped a tripod, left auto ISO enabled, and shot at f/2.8, […]
Here are some high dynamic range photos I took of the sunset at East Musquash Lake and Almanac Mt the night before the last photos were posted. Today we are getting snow, so that’s pretty much it for fall photos. 🙂 Click the SmugMug link if you want prints, map location, or EXIF data. Most […]
Here are the rest of the photos I took on Almanac Mt and in Springfield, Carroll, and Lee. Finding RockMan in the woods really cracked me up! [smugmug url=”http://galleries.aaronpriestphoto.com/hack/feed.mg?Type=gallery&Data=14266911_3vg9v&format=rss200″ imagecount=”100″ start=”3″ num=”11″ thumbsize=”Th” link=”lightbox” captions=”true” sort=”false” window=”false” smugmug=”true” size=”X2″] Related Posts:Old dump truck at sunsetSunset on Almanac MtSunset at East Musquash Lake360° Timelapse, Mowing the […]