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Spider Tree
25-OCT-2004 Sean McHugh

Spider Tree

King's College - Cambridge, England

Image composed of 10 camera angles, stitched in two rows.
Original Image Size: 50 Megapixels

Canon EOS 20D ,Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM
20s(x10) f/2.8 at 50mm (80mm at 35mm equivalent) and iso200 full exif

other sizes: small medium original
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Anael 15-Aug-2005 15:07
Sean, I'm astonished by your pictures... all of them!!!
I've looked every single one and they've knocked me out of my socks!!!
Your techniques are incredible and I would be a happy student of yours if you would set up a workshop for it! (The only problem is that Brazil is just a bit far from England... ;)

I've read your explanation about this image on the website you've pointed, but what I'd really like to know is how do you put those pictures together so perfectly and correct the perspective so beautifuly!!!!
Sean McHugh08-Mar-2005 10:00
Hi gab,

Greetings from England! Please visithttp://www.cambridgeincolour.com/techniques_field-of-view.htm for an explanation of this particular image.

Regards,
-Sean
gab 08-Mar-2005 03:21
sorry, I mistyped my email address on the last post. It should be gab@goph.org
Gab.
gab 08-Mar-2005 03:10
Hi Sean,

a basic question: Why you take several pics. and then compose all of them together? Is it because there's not enough room to take the complete scene with the lens you use? Any other reason?

Wonderful work! Greetings from China.

gab.
Piotr Siejka12-Feb-2005 11:22
Love this one!!!