I know, I know, I’ve posted a few of this lately, but I wanted to frame a really big one and didn’t think my 21 megapixel camera had enough resolution to do it justice so I waited for a windless night and went back. This baby is a four shot stitch giving me all the res I need for a mega print (enough for a large poster size and more) without the fisheye lens distortion although the perspective is still pretty extreme.
Not sure if I like the clear or cloudy sky more, opinions welcome.
Gateway Sculpture, Tullamarine Freeway, Melbourne, Australia.
Camera: Canon EOS 5D mkII
Lens: EF 16-35mm f/2.8 II USM @ 18mm
Shutter Speed: 25 sec
Exposure Compensation: – 1/3rd of a stop
When: 9:02pm on 29/7/09
Tripod: Velbon with a really right stuff pano head (4 shots)
This image is one of many in my new Scenic Melbourne book.
Print not available for sale through red bubble, bmail me if interested.
For other shots in this genre check out my Urban Landscapes gallery.