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2 Bridge Panorama (140 Megapixel - Broadband)

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by leungphotography, Sep 16, 2008.

  1. Testing with the D3/50mm prime lens combo. Decided to pass by under
    the FDR Drive and take a couple of shots. Spent 15 minutes there for
    some quick shots. CC appreciated...

    Nikon D3, 50mm, iso200, f/11, 10s (28 frame panorama, 2 rows x 14 frames/row)
    Original jpg came out to 140MP, 60mb @ 15009x9737 resolution...
    exif shown below if interested...

    >>>> Click to see original size <<<<
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    Model = NIKON D3
    Orientation = right/top
    X Resolution = 300
    Y Resolution = 300
    Resolution Unit = inch
    Software = Ver.2.00
    Date Time = 2008-09-15 18:54:33
    Artist =
    YCbCr Positioning = co-sited
    Copyright =
    Exif IFD Pointer = Offset: 348
    GPS Info IFD Pointer = Offset: 32184

    Exposure Time = 10"
    F Number = F11
    Exposure Program = Manual
    ISO Speed Ratings = 200
    Exif Version = Version 2.21
    Date Time Original = 2008-09-15 18:54:33
    Date Time Digitized = 2008-09-15 18:54:33
    Components Configuration = YCbcr
    Compressed Bits Per Pixel = 4
    Exposure Bias Value = ±0EV
    Max Aperture Value = F1.74
    Metering Mode = Pattern
    Light Source = unknown
    Flash = Off
    Focal Length = 50mm
    Maker Note = 31168 Byte
    User Comment =
    Subsec Time = 0.50"
    Subsec Time Original = 0.50"
    Subsec Time Digitized = 0.50"
    Flashpix Version = Version 1.0
    Color Space = sRGB
    Exif Image Width = 4256
    Exif Image Height = 2832
    Interoperability IFD Pointer = Offset: 32152
    Sensing Method = One-chip color area sensor
    File Source = DSC
    Scene Type = A directly photographed image
    CFA Pattern = [R,G],
    Custom Rendered = Normal process
    Exposure Mode = Manual exposure
    White Balance = Auto white balance
    Digital Zoom Ratio = 1x
    Focal Length In 35mm Film = 50mm
    Scene Capture Type = Normal
    Gain Control = None
    Contrast = Normal
    Saturation = Normal
    Sharpness = Normal
    Subject Distance Range = unknown
  2. Joe Skulason

    Joe Skulason

    Dec 4, 2007
    Amazing! This is just fantastic!
  3. PDuany


    Aug 10, 2005
    Very well done
  4. mood


    Jun 27, 2007
    So Fla
    beautifully done Leung
  5. That is a pretty awesome shot(s). That could make a couple dollars for you if you framed it. Thanks for sharing.
  6. Incredible

    One of the things I would love to learn how to do it ... Superb!
  7. JeffKohn


    Apr 21, 2005
    Houston, TX
    Really beautiful shot. I like the composition, the color in the sky is great, and the moon is a nice touch.
  8. senna


    Jan 6, 2007
    San Jose Ca.
    That is a great photo.
  9. Bright Angel

    Bright Angel Guest

    Top shot Sir :smile:

    If I had to find fault, I mean had to, I'd say I'd prefer just a bit more sky above the BB.
    But because I'm not finding faults I'd say, well done :smile:
  10. kpstatz


    May 13, 2008
    Terrific shot, Leung. One can tell you like your new D3. :) 
  11. I'm not a big fan of city skylines in general, but this shot looks great. The colours are fantastic.
  12. Loki_D_Wolf

    Loki_D_Wolf Guest

    Build a bridge and get over it!

    I love the detail of the bridge on the right. Simply incredible! Would love to see some of your other genre of pictures.
  13. Excellent! Wish I had a 30" screen to look at it.
  14. JusPlainCrayzee

    JusPlainCrayzee Administrator Administrator

    That is truly a beautiful photo, Leung.

  15. Ditto, ditto, ditto and ditto! :biggrin:

    One of your best.
  16. cameraman

    cameraman Guest

    wow, stunning!
  17. Oh my goodness this is really quite special. I have just bought the Manfrotto 303 SPH Pano/QTVR head but unfortunately haven't used it at all yet, seeing this really makes me want to get out and use it.

    I assume you are using a pano head ? May I please ask what stitching software you use ?

    Best Wishes and thanks for sharing and providing inspiration
  18. Thank you Joe!!
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