Yesterday was a perfect warm and sunny Spring Day…
… I took the chance and made a pano of the first blooming flowers.
The pano is not a normal pano where the camera is rotating at the nodal point.
I took every 20cm a set of 5 bracketed images over a distance of 8m. So finally the pano contains 200 images.
I used an aperture of 32 resulting in exposure times of up to 4 seconds per image.
I had to quick and dirty correct bottom right grass area ;-)
I used Photomatix Pro to enfuse the images and autopano pro to create the pano and Panotour pro to create the flash tour.

Link to panorama (created per default by Panotour Pro): Gardenfence at Spring

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