Showing posts with label panorama photography. Show all posts
Showing posts with label panorama photography. Show all posts

Sunday, December 13, 2015

New View

 Newly installed at Lookout Point along Cliff Drive, this fenced, stone lookout provides a stunning view of the East Bottoms at night.   Prospect Point is in Historic Northeast at the intersection of East Lookout Point Drive and East Reservoir Drive.  Below is the view at night.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Old City Reservoir

This is the second post on this subject ( http://hyperblogal.blogspot.com/2009/02/reservoir-no-dogs.html ) Located in Pendleton Heights the old, in-ground water tank operated for only a few years in the 1920s and has been abandoned ever since. Brush clearing is now underway but boy it's a big job. Here's a 360 degree view of the concrete and brick man made crater.
http://www.clevr.com/pano/26413
There's a north half and a south half with a walkway in between. No new use has been identified yet for the old structure.... just as it is it's a giant artifact... maybe that's sufficient.
For those of you following along at home the above shots were taken with a Nikon D3... 5 shots each composited to give high dynamic range.. basic setting was 1/125th at F16 ASA 400. The panorama was 22 shots, camera verticle, base exposure 1/500th at F11 ASA 400. All taken with the 14-24 Nikon F2.8 zoom lens.