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L'oratorio del Santissimo Crosifisso by Yhun Suarez

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Rome, Italy.

15 exp HDR vertorama, 5 rows x 3 brackets at -2, 0, +2, on tripod.
Tone mapped in Photomatix Pro.

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  • Bev Woodman
    Bev Woodmanover 1 year ago

    Congratulations your image has been featured in the Historic Churches Group♥

  • Christine Smith
    Christine Smithabout 1 year ago

    You have been featured in Christian Churches, Statues & Crosses 04-06-2013

    Congratulations, it’s a beautiful image.

  • Alex Ford
    Alex Fordabout 1 year ago

    Congratulations on your feature. I love this type of panorama. What tripod head / setup do you use?

  • Thanks Alex. I use a manfrotto tripod with 496RC2 ball head.

    – Yhun Suarez

  • Alex Ford
    Alex Fordabout 1 year ago

    Really? I always have dreadful trouble when I try to do this sort of thing on a ball head – what lens and stitching software did you use? did you have much trouble making it stitch cleanly?

  • I actually find the ball head easier to adjust. Each to their own I guess. I use a 10-24 mm lens. I stitch on photoshop with no probs. Of course, depending on lens distortion & frame overlaps.

    – Yhun Suarez

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