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Old Jan 30, 2009, 4:12 PM   #1
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Hi all,

Been experimenting with 360 degree panoramas, and like the interactive character of such pano's a lot. So I decided to go for a tripod panorama head, to improve success. And it worked! So here's an example of a 360 panorama, shot with the LX3, WA conversion lens, and a tripod setup.

Applied some hdr technique too, but little was possible because I didn't shot multiple exposures. So here's my first ever panorama that had no stitching errors at all -That makes me happy!!

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the LX3 mounted on the panorama head
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The tripod had allows you to rotate the camera around a specific point in the lens, which is necessary to prevent to the foreground from shifting in relation to the background when panning or tilting the camera
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